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TM

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for TURKMENISTAN.

TM

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for Turkmenistan. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Turkmen bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Turkmenistan. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Turkmenistan. Each Turkmen province has its own code with the prefix "TM." For example, the code for the Province of Ahal is ISO 3166-2:TM-A.
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It was Adam who chose the name Timothy said Joan at her home in Hall Green, Birmingham.
Timothy was a pupil at St John's Church of England Primary School in Winsford Avenue, Allesley Park, before joining Blue Coat.
Timothy Arnold, aged 43, a workaholic corporate lawyer with an untold generosity and a sparkling dry wit, may be dead' but he is still very much part of the life of his mother and her large, loving family.
Timothy came to the capital city of Baghdad as the primary leader of the East Syrian Church less than two decades after the city had become the seat of the Muslim Abbasid dynasty in 762.
His last gig was chef de cuisine at Palladin's New York restaurant before opening Timothy Dean Restaurant & Bar in 2000.
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The pair raced to the scene on Sunday night but were unable to free Timothy, who was by now becoming distressed.
Whatever hoops we have to jump through to meet the NCLB requirements we will do," Timothy adds, noting that the state should still receive federal Title I funds.
Fans of Hunter Thompson and Jack Keroac should enthusiastically embrace this debut work by Timothy Edward Jones.
Timothy McLean, listens to student Natalie Gibson, 7, reading a letter she wrote to her son, who is shown in a 1976 school photo and above, in the Marines.
Fourteen years later, Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, the tremendously successful photographer of presidents, Supreme Court justices, movie and music stars, famous writers, and the full panoply of artists, dealers, and critics who constitute the art world, has turned his large-format 8 X 10 Deardorff camera on the parallel universe of pornographic stardom.
The documents "include two 1990s teletypes from then-FBI Director Louis Freeh's office citing possible connections between Timothy McVeigh and a gang of white supremacist bank robbers.