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Referred to in Ursula K. LeGuin's "Always Coming Home." Seems to be similar to the original BASIC.



a river in Orenburg Oblast, RSFSR; a right tributary of the Samara River in the Volga River basin. The Tok is 306 km long and drains an area of 5,930 sq km. The river rises in the upland of Obshchii Syrt and flows along a broad valley. It is fed mainly by snow. The mean flow rate 38 km from the mouth is 12.1 cu m per sec. The Tok freezes in November, and the ice breaks up in April.

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3]) Lumut 120,000 Marina 120,000 Tok Bali 140,000 Table II: Physical & chemical properties of dredged material.
8220;Singapore is well-poised as the melting pot for an international talent pool, and candidates who have the in-depth knowledge of emerging markets are highly sought after to lead our clients' expansion plans in Asia Pacific,” Tok concluded.
The film leaves Savage's story in progress, but Terry's essay updates the saga of his restitution and reentry facilitated by Fombul Tok.
When we started it was unique but now everybody is doing it," said Tok (left).
The one commonality shared by all the writers in TOK is their encounter with a different culture, that of Canada, and the varying degrees to which they adapt, rebel, succumb or conquer.
In America you have Sean Paul, Damian Marley, and TOK mashing up the dance floors, the clubs, and the billboard charts.
During spring at Fairbanks and Tok, and during fall at Yakutat and Mother Goose Lake, birds were sexed by plumage and morphometric characteristics (Pyle 1997).
Chang Chun TOK currently produces semiconductor and LCD thinner and photoresist developer.
5-19), provides first a definition of the term "pidgin" and then gives a brief account of all the English-based pidgin languages spoken in the Pacific today, namely, Bislama (the national language of Vanuatu), Solomon Islands Pijin, Tok Pisin (spoken in Papua New Guinea), Pitcairn-Norfolk, Hawaiian Pidgin English, Ngatik Men's Language, Australian Kriol, Broken (spoken on the Torres Strait Islands), and Nauruan Pidgin English.
Tok is a young raven outcast, wrongly accused of a murder, and his father has been accused of deserting the family.
the broadcaster of a radio programme TOK FM ( TOK FM).