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in music, percussion instrument consisting of a hemispherical metal vessel over which a membrane is stretched, played with soft-headed wooden drumsticks. Of ancient origin, it appeared early in Europe, probably imported from the Middle East by crusaders in the 12th
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David Morgan, of Penybont Farm, Kidwelly, Carmarthenshire, won the <B Hunter Championship with Timpany Thomas
INTREPID James Timpany crossed 10 countries to raise more than pounds 4,000 for the Ghanaian Children's Trust
Within the literature the dual role has become a recurring theme, as some minor operations did not have junior medical staff present (Turner & McLaughlin 2005) and the European Working Time Directive (DH 2007) has had an impact on doctors' working hours (Timpany & McAleavy 2010).
The Massachusetts property, Timpany Plaza, is a 183,775-square-foot shopping center anchored by a 60,000-square-foot Stop & Shop, while New Jersey property, Carll's Corner in Bridgeton, New Jersey, consists of a 129,582-square-foot shopping center anchored by a 55,000-square-foot Acme supermarket.
Peugeot employees Antonia Timpany and Marcus Randell with the car which can be won for a year.
Only two LM P2 cars finished, with Briton's Allen Timpany, Chris Buncombe and Bill Binnie - although the latter now lives in America - taking the honours, finishing 18th overall.
Fyfe (7) made it possible for Americus and Mary Bates Timpany to go to India as the first Canadian Baptist missionaries to work with the American Baptist Foreign Missionary Society.
Glenafton chairman Jock Timpany said: 'The Bo'ness supporters came in two double deckers and there must have been more than 100 of them all fuelled up with drink.
At that time all health personnel at Paremoremo were women, as were Ana Tia, a volunteer who had tutored Maori inmates since the early 1970s, Joy Frazer, a social worker appointed in 1975, and Sister Joan Timpany, appointed Catholic Chaplain in 1986.
Chief executive Allen Timpany is confident the business can grow at 40% next year.