Tama

[La Rioja] Tama (La Rioja) is a municipality and village in La Rioja Province in northwestern Argentina. ...
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Tama

The Tama was a Japanese Kuma Class second class cruiser of 5100 tons displacement launched in 1920. The Tama was powered by ten Kanpon oil-fired boilers and two Kanpon mixed oil and coal-fired boilers providing a top speed of 33 knots and a range of 13600 km at 10 knots. She carried a complement of 439 and after 1927 one aircraft. Armaments consist...
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tama

Wolof name for talking drum, capable of imitating spoken language. Featured in electric groups of Youssou N'Dour and Baaba Maal and others.
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Tama

(from the article `Chad`) In an effort at reconciliation, in March Déby appointed as minister of defense Mahamat Nour, leader of the Tama and a coalition of rebel groups. ... ...the Kado once formed an aristocracy. They constitute a nucleus surrounded by a host of other groups who, while possessing their own languages, ... [2 ...
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tama

in Japanese religion, a soul or a divine or semidivine spirit; also an aspect of a spirit. Several mitama are recognized in Shint and folk religions. ...
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Tama

Tama is a Japanese girl name. The meaning of the name is `Jewel` Alternative meanings (Native American) Thunderbolt The name Tama doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Tama seems to be unique!
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Tama

[votive] Tama (τάμα, pl. ταμάτα tamata) are a form of votive offering or ex-voto used in the Eastern Orthodox Churches, particularly the Greek Orthodox Church. Tamata are usually small metal plaques, which may be of base or precious metal, usually with an embossed image symbolizing the subject of prayer for which the plaque is off...
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Tama

[cat] ==Early life and adoption== Tama was born in Kinokawa, Wakayama, and was raised with a group of stray cats that used to live close to Kishi Station. They were regularly fed by passengers and by Toshiko Koyama, who was the informal station manager at the time. The station was almost shut down in 2004 because of financial problems. Arou...
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Tama

[musical instrument] ==P== ===Pa=== ===Pc-Pe=== ===Ph=== ===Pi-Pl=== ===Po=== ===Pr=== ===Ps-Py=== Previous: List of films: N–O Next: List of films: Q–R ...
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Tama

[musician] ===Konnan=== (The first nomination, from January) The first nomination of this article was rejected primarily on the basis of the absence of in-text reference and the excessive number of sections. The number of sections has now been decreased and the article has been comprehensively referenced. The article has undergone a peer re...
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Tama

Tama may mean: ==Fiction== ==Languages== ==Music== ==People== ==Places== ==Religion== ==Other uses== == See also == ...
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