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Japanese ash, tamo

A light, yellowish wood having a grain similar to oak; esp. used for veneer.
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The Marikina Shoe Trade Fair store, which was given a spot in Davao's Pasalubong (souvenir) Center on Tamos Street, recently opened amid an ongoing renaissance in Marikina's shoe industry.
The landmark addition of these airlines to oneworld is being celebrated at a ceremony today at TAMOs Sao Paulo hub, attended by the CEOs of the allianceOs established member airlines, during which TAM will show off the first of its aircraft painted in the oneworld livery and launch a massive marketing communications campaign to highlight its alliance move.
TAMOs clients now have available daily flights between S - o Paulo (Guarulhos) and Paris, and another five weekly services between Rio de Janeiro (Gale - o) and Paris.
Also arrested in the raid were Ernesto Silva, Cairo Tamos and Anna Rose Dadulla, who all claimed to be Punio's caretakers in the farm.
Soft, flavourful, concentrated and complex, it is a spectacular example of the degree of sophistication that Bordeaux can reach.The Clos Canon is just one of the wines to feature on TAMOs award winning First Class 2011 cellar.
Among more than 500 options, 16 were selected to pair with the more sophisticated dishes offered on the new menu OSabor que faz BemO (Flavours That Make You Feel Good), prepared exclusively for TAMOs international flights in 2012 by the talented Brazilian chef, Bel Coelho,O explains Arthur Azevedo.
TAM Airlines will relocate its London Heathrow operations from Terminal 4 to Terminal 1 on Sunday, March 28, 2010, as part of TAMOs full integration into the Star Alliance.