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Tuman

In Uzbekistan, a political subdivision approximately equivalent to a county.
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Tuman, MD, fellowship-trained orthopedic sports medicine surgeon, is joining Slocum Center for Orthopedics & Sports Medicine on August 31, 2015.
When Joe Tuman was my student at the University of California at Berkeley, I don't remember his receiving any grade less than an A.
LAHORE, May 26 -- A man sold his nine-year-old daughter for Rs 80,000 to meet the expenses of his son's wedding in Tuman Buzdar, a tribal tehsil of Dera Ghazi Khan district.
Exploring both dissent terrorism and state terror, Tuman (political and legal communications, San Francisco State University) looks at the rhetorical dimensions of terrorism, connects terrorism to communication theories, and examines terrorism as a process of communication between terrorists and multiple audiences.
Joseph Tuman tells a great story of watching Robert Kennedy establish rapport with his audience during a whistle stop tour in 1968.
Pointing to the 1992 ODA charter and the influence of new global norms, scholars associated with this perspective suggest that Japanese aid officials evaluate recipient countries' basic needs and human rights records when formulating aid budgets (see Hirata 2002; Tuman and Ayoub 2004).
Tight end Leonard Pope (ankle), safety Adrian Wilson (hamstring) and tight end Jerame Tuman (hamstring) have a 50-50 chance of playing.
Joe Tuman, a professor of political and legal communications at San Francisco State University, warns, "My fear is that by deliberately challenging the law in San Francisco, Newsom risks a conservative backlash to his position that will make it a campaign issue the conservatives will use.
Pittsburgh then added two more points on a trick play, wide receiver Antwaan Randle El finding tight end Jerame Tuman.
Acadia brought us on because they wanted assistance with the mapping logic necessary to automate the projection capabilities of DYNA based on the imported actuals from IBS," noted Michael Tuman of Tree Softwafe Consulting.
Photo: (Color) Michigan tight end Jerame Tuman, moments after scoring a fourth-quarter touchdown, and his teammates had reason to celebrate.
Others have argued that the ability to create collaborative texts on the network may play a role in changing the nature of writing and its outcome, producing a dialogic document that more faithfully reflects the interactive nature of scholarly discourse (Harrison & Stephen, 1992; Tuman, 1992).