taino

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taino

[′tī·nō]
(meteorology)
A tropical cyclone (hurricane) in parts of the Greater Antilles.
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Caciques and cemi idols: the web spun by Taino rulers between Hispaniola and Puerto Rico.
The volume is a detailed and coherent argument that lays out the complex web of relationships among Taino caciques and non-human actors imbued with cemi power.
Such displays are not a new phenomenon: Ozdogan (1999: 52, Figure 24) has specifically suggested that display of an aurochs skull in a supposed public building at late PPNB Cayonu reflects continuity of practice from Hallan Cemi.
CEMI wants to boost that expansion rate to nine or 12 metres per day.
Rapid development is becoming more and more important as mines get older and deeper, said Harvey Parsons, CEMI vice-president for mine productivity
Hallan Cemi Tepesi, an early aceramic neolithic site in Eastern Anatolia, Anatolica 18: 1-18.
Hallam Cemi Tepesi, an early aceramic Neolithic site in eastern Anatolia: some preliminary observations concerning material culture, Anatolica 18: 1-18.
OTC/QB: CEMI & OTC/PK: CEMI), which develops, manufactures, markets and licenses point-of-care diagnostic tests, announced today that the Company will release financial results for the third quarter of 2011, before the open of the market on Thursday, November 3, 2011.
The myriad on-campus resources at Laurentian, including the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines, the Ontario Geological Survey, MIRARCO, CEMI, MERC and the Vale Living with Lakes Centre, can only contribute to the school's success, he added.
Vale and Xstrata Nickel were already developing VOD technology in their respective mines, but the collaboration with CEMI provided additional testing, monitoring and modelling opportunities.
CEMI, founded in 2007, helps small businesses achieve success in projects that improve efficiency in mine (development, advance sustainability and increase safety.