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Presence of the toms and hens is a good sign for local environmental health, said Jennifer Churchill, a Colorado Parks and Wildlife spokeswoman.
Chef Nick Erven veganizes flavors from all over the globe, from kale cavatelli pasta in a toothsome tom yum gravy to a tamale of potato and hearts of palm resting in a punchy beet mole.
Opened last December, Pata Cafe is an offshoot of Pata Paplean, a bar about a mile away, serving tom yum cocktails to a young Thai crowd on a strip that includes some of the city’s best Thai restaurants.
Ladislas Starevich is one of the first stop-motion animators, who made his name with a series of darkly comedic fairy tales about the lives of infidelitious beetles and peeping-tom grasshoppers.
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Origin and Etymology of tom
Tom, nickname for Thomas
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: a male turkey
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