Slovenian Tolar

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Slovenian Tolar

The former currency of Slovenia. It was introduced in 1991, replacing the Yugoslav dinar. In 2004, the tolar was pegged to the euro, which eventually replaced it in 2007.
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A partir de la confluencia y hasta su desembocadura el drenaje es de regimen efimero y la vegetacion dominante es el Tolar el cual ocupa un 5% a 10% de cobertura.
Jakub Tolar, MD, PhD, said at the World Congress of Pediatric Dermatology.
Mentoring might have some drawbacks (Gibson, 2004, 2006; Tolar, 2012), but these appear to be minor and manageable in the framework of a formal program.
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Cirino, P., Romain, M., Barth, A., Tolar, T., Fletcher, J., & Vaughn, S.
In "Winding Pathways to Engagement: Creating a Front Door," Kniffin, Shaffer, and Tolar bring our attention to the need to empower graduate students --a traditionally underrepresented and, in some cases, marginalized population--to thrive in their identities as community-engaged practitioner-scholars rather than to settle for limited opportunities patched together within traditionally siloed academic programs.
(20.) Polgreen LE, Chahla S, Miller W, Rothman S, Tolar J, Kivisto T, Nascene D, Orchard PJ, Petryk A.
A: Ramita florida, B: Tolar con Fabiana stephanii en las proximidades de Sondor (Arequipa).
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Back to Tolar and Kosse and Colorado City, they went to chop weeds and mow and plant and keep the graves of their parents and siblings.