Toman


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Toman

In Iran, an informal expression for 10 rials. See also: IRR.
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Toman, who usually starts but came off the bench because he is battling an injury, scored 11 points in the first half to help Creswell take a 25-20 halftime lead.
Mustafa stated that "although the toman rate has depreciated by approximately 50%, the prices have not changed proportionally to the depreciation".
Breast augmentation or reduction surgery costs around three million tomans (UK 2,000 [pounds sterling]).
Dr Toman will leave his position at the end of August to "pursue new challenges", the council said yesterday.
According to Toman, military nurses initially screened recruits, administered immunizations, and helped to manage the communicable illnesses that occurred when large numbers of young men were transported across Canada and then billeted together.
Michael Toman is a senior economist in the environment division of the sustainable development department of the Inter-American Development Bank.
Racecourse doctor Andy Toman, who once worked in Sri Lanka and has helped with the contacts, provided Ottesen's vaccinations free of charge, and the racecourse has paid his airfare.
Advances in understanding of typhus group rickettsial infections, in: Kazar J, Toman R, editors.
Pulau Toman, a Malaysian island, is expected to have a new airport within the next two years.
Las decisiones comerciales y financieras se toman dia a dia, y a veces hora a hora.
Maintained by Dennis Toman at Booth Harrington Johns & Toman, in Greensboro, N.
Toman has served time at the Oregon State Penitentiary for armed robbery and should be considered armed and dangerous.