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Dao

In ancient China, a political subdivision roughly equivalent to a province.
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Tao Yeh said that since he is working with 12 dancers from Cloud Gate, he named the work '12.' It explores how body movement can flow like water or even a cloud.
In both instances, see her as a skilled theater artist who assumes her four roles, speaks the hearts and minds of "Tao Po" characters, and brings the audience to a common ground where some tear up and mostly emerge as having been empowered by a new way of presenting what is by now "a tired issue."
In this context, the discovery of new biomarkers that could definitively assist the physician to diagnose TAO disease as early as possible, predict prognosis, and propose early and appropriate treatment will be clinically useful for improving patient management.
Coupled with TAO Solutions' market-leading technologies, its QCC set of services can be tailored to match the requirements of any mandate, differentiating it from other traditional, non-specialist audit providers.
TAO is an independent, pure-play automation consulting and services provider with proprietary tools and frameworks, managed by a large, independent pool of experts and supported by best-in-class partnerships.
Prosecutors said Tao was holding a red-handled kitchen knife in his right hand and "lunged" at the victim, stabbing him in the stomach.
<B Cardiff University student Ze Tao was jailed for stabbing a neighbour
The island of Koh Tao, popularly known as&nbsp;Turtle Island, has been a major attraction for tourists because of the Sairee beach located on its west coast.
The Tao have been fighting to remove the nuclear waste for over three decades, but the site and the waste still remain.
In 2015, two of three arbitrators ordered TAO to pay Iran $1.2 billion for 50 oil deliveries made before the revolution, along with $362 million in interest.