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n. A semi-hard Italian cheese from Piedmont


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Toma (song)

"Toma" is the fourth single from rapper Pitbull's debut album M.I.A.M.I.. It features Lil Jon. It reached as far as #21 in Hot Rap Tracks and #73 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks.

On several occasions, the song has been heavily edited to make it " radio-friendly". Some versions remove the English profanity in the song, while keeping the Spanish sexually-explicit verse, saying, "Si tu quiere que te coma toda", which if translated, means to "if you want me to eat you up", a reference to cunnilingus. On other versions, the whole song is "clean", removing all explicit verses.

The song was also featured in the 2006 film Step Up.

Toma (TV series)

Toma is an American crime drama series that ran on ABC in 1973 and 1974.

Toma (name)

In European and Assyrian usage, the name Toma is a version of Thomas, originating from Aramaict’om’a, meaning twin. In the Russian language, Toma may be a diminutive of the male first name Avtonom.

It is also a female name, meaning " date palm tree", derived from Tamar, which is a Hebrew Bible name given to baby girls born on the Sukkoth holiday.

TOMA (vehicle)

TOMA , is an armored water cannon designed for riot control, from a Turkish company, Nurol Makina. It is used by the Turkish National Police and Turkish Gendarmerie, and has been exported to countries such as Azerbaijan, Libya, Zimbabwe, Georgia and Kazakhstan.

TOMA can be integrated on to different type of chassis such as 4x4, 4x2, 6x4, 6x2 and 6x6. TOMA can reach up to 100 km/h maximum speed and 30% gradient climbing capability. The critical sub-systems of the TOMA vehicles are also protected against ballistic threat.

TOMA (Caldas da Rainha)

TOMA is the local bus service in Caldas da Rainha, a medium-sized city in western central Portugal. Toma means "take this" in Portuguese, commemorating everyman figure Zé Povinho, whose image appears on the buses. Service was inaugurated by the Câmara Municipal (municipal chamber, or city council) on 15 May 2007, the municipal holiday.

TOMA service consists of three routes: Linha Azul (Blue Line), Linha Laranja (Orange Line), and Linha Verde (Green Line). The Blue line uses two minibuses and runs between the western and eastern ends of town. The Orange and Green lines each operate using a single twenty-nine-seat minibus on loop routes.

The Orange and the Green lines were inaugurated on 15 May 2007, as part of the first phase of TOMA service. In May 2008, the municipality announced TOMA's third route, the Blue Line, which serves the northern areas of the city not included in the two first-phase routes. The new route operates using two buses, rather than the single bus used by each of the other two routes. Introduction of the new line was delayed, because the company that won the bid to operate the line decided not to undertake the project after all. The municipality inaugurated the new route on 19 September 2009, Public Transport Day.

TOMA service runs from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on weekdays and from 8:00 a.m to 1:30 p.m. on Saturdays, with no service on Sundays. All routes operate at 30–35-minute intervals, expect for Saturday service on the Blue Line, which runs hourly.

Since 16 August 2011, a trip on TOMA costs €1.10 without a pass and €0.55 with a pass, called TTT – Título de Transporte do TOMA. Passengers receive volume discounts for purchasing multiple trips simultaneously. They can also purchase passes for unlimited rides for given number of days. On January 9, 2008, the city council announced that persons in wheelchairs would ride free of charge.

Usage examples of "toma".

Tomas waded out into the harbor, his bicolor robe floating around his calves.

With an apologetic shrug to me, Tomas got up and joined the cardplayers, taking the seat the engineering specialist had vacated.

As they watched themselves in the mirror, Sabina began undressing and Tomas transferred the hat, now a Chaplinesque madcap, to her head.

Captain Shal sighed as did most of the group when Councilor Tomas entered the hangar.

Now they resided in Tomas, but he still felt somehow lessened when he forwent the gold-and-white armor.

Now they resided in Tomas, but he still felt somehow lessened when he forwent the gold and white armour.

Extensive checks were made on the dead men, Kingfish Toone and the Cuban, Blinkie Tomas.

He was Pugs closest friend, more brother than friend, and for that reason Pug earned some measure of acceptance from the other boys, for they all regarded Tomas as their unofficial leader.

There they all are, the fat pigs, de Tomas thought as he sat on the dais just behind Ayatollah Jebel Shammar, the current chairman of the Convocation.

Ayatollah Shammar looked to de Tomas, who rose and strode purposefully to the center of the stage on which the dais stood.

Tomas thought as he sat on the dais just behind Ayatollah Jebel Shammar, the current chairman of the Convocation.

Cristobal was born about six months after Diego, the son of my husband Tomas and my Tewa maid.

Elbryan looked at the hopeful, crooked grin on the weatherworn face of Tomas Gingerwart and recognized that the man was his friend.

Those who did not fall for this carefully engineered propaganda--such as the neo-Puritans, the Anabaptists, and the Scientific Pantheists--were not powerful enough to oppose either the Collegium or the Convocation, and where de Tomas was not able to penetrate their congregations and eliminate their leadership, he was content to wait.

Tomas sat back, for in spite of the comforts of the dwarven long hall, he wished for more familiar surroundings.