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Túy

(to͞o`ē), town (1990 pop. 16,248), Pontevedra prov., NW Spain, in Galicia, on the Miño River, opposite the Portuguese town of Valença do Minho. The capital of the Visigothic King Witiza (early 8th cent.), Túy played later an important role in the wars between Castile and Portugal. There is an imposing fortresslike Romanesque cathedral (12th cent.; later restored).
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As a result of the incident that took place this Saturday afternoon in the LPG Filling Plant 'Jefa Apacuana' in Ocumare del Tuy, which resulted in its temporary shutdown, while the investigation of the incident and recovery of the facilities are done , the subsidiary of Petroleos de Venezuela, SA (PDVSA) began the execution of a series of operational actions with the objective of mitigating the impact on the 5,000 households, users of the service, in the Tomas Lander municipality.
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Company constriction of the cacao trade in 1749 provoked a rebellion of small producers in the Tuy valley, which apparently had the covert sympathy of at least some of the Caracas elite.
A court summons, dated January 14 and issued by the court's deputy prosecutor Heng Pheng, named the men who are due to appear as Sina, 37; Chheng Chhoan, 33; Chheng Sina, 43; Pen Sitho, 32; Huon Bunna, 32; Tuy Suot, 39; and Un Vanduy, 32.
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The creation of this barrier had been ordered by the commander of the Australian Task Force, Brigadier Stuart Graham, in an attempt to cut off the Viet Cong from the main population centres in the Phuoc Tuy province in which the Task Force operated from 1966 to 1971.
On his deathbed, his foster-father Tuy (Nguyen Manh Thang) begins to reveal her story, but before he's able to finish, he dies.