Toma

Aikido term: A great distance

Toma

Toma can refer to: ==Places== ==People== ==Music and television== ==Other uses== ...
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TOMA

[Caldas da Rainha] TOMA is the local bus service in Caldas da Rainha, a medium-sized city in western central Portugal. Toma means `take this` in Portuguese, commemorating everyman figure Zé Povinho, whose image appears on the buses. Service was inaugurated by the Câmara Municipal (municipal chamber, or city council) on 15 May 2007, the mu...
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Toma

[name] In European and Assyrian usage, the name Toma is a version of Thomas, originating from Aramaic t’om’a, meaning ‘twin’. ==Girl name== It is a female name, suitable for baby girls. The meaning of it is `Palm tree` (Date palm tree). Derived from Tamar, which is an old testament name given to baby girls born on the Sukkoth holida...
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TOMA

[vehicle] TOMA (Toplumsal Olaylara Müdahale Aracı, Intervention Vehicle to Social Events), is an armored water cannon designed for riot control, from a Turkish company, Nurol Makina. It is used by the Turkish National Police and Turkish Gendarmerie, and has been exported to countries such as Azerbaijan, Libya, Zimbabwe, Georgia and Kazakh...
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Toma

Toma is a Russian name for boys. The meaning is `twin` The name Toma is most commonly given to French boys. (11 times more often than to American boys.) Toma is given to boys and girls in Scotland and England and Wales What do they use in other countries? Tommie (English) Thomas (English, French, German, Scandinavian, NAMES_Bibl) Tommy (English) Th...
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Toma

Toma is an Italian traditional farmhouse semi-hard cheese made from cow's or a mixture of milks in the mountains of the Piedmont region.
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