from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A knit or crocheted cap for outdoor wear, without a brim and usually with a ball or tuft of wool in the center of the crown: sometimes imitated in straw or cloth. See tam-o' -shanter.
- n. An abbreviation of Tamil.
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- n. a woolen cap of Scottish origin
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There is one drug connected gang operating in Tam that is notorious for drug related killings both of government officials, private perons, prostitution, kidnapping, etc.
Joseph Tam is a graduate of the London School of Economics in Comparative Chinese Politics and is based in London.
The finds include a coral genus Narella and nicknamed "Rasta" because of its long white dreadlock-like branches; a tiny squat lobster measuring 1cm across; and some specimens of sea urchin which are commonly known as Tam O'Shanters due to their similarity to the Scottish hat.
There was a man called Tam�hay, known to Minnesota history as the "One-eyed Sioux," who was a notable character on the frontier in the early part of the nineteenth century.
The Shepherd put on his Kilmarnock bonnet and called Tam, who had had his breakfast on the hearth, and the two went away to the hills after the sheep.
Keppell in his own boat, and Mr. Brooke and Hentig in one of the native boats, called a Tam-bang.
Gerald Martens, the lone Tam critic, called Tam's actions "reprehensible" and argued that Tam's negotiated settlement with the Ethics Commission -- giving him three years to pay the
Gerald Martens, the lone Tam critic, called Tam's actions "reprehensible" and argued that Tam's negotiated settlement with the Ethics Commission -- giving him three years to pay the $13,700 -- amounts to an interest-free loan.
Since Boies, who represents two same-sex couples in a federal challenge to Prop 8, called Tam as a witness Thursday, technically his questions were direct examination.
Corporal Thomas Mason, known as Tam, from Fife, was caught by an improvised explosive device in Kandahar province on September 15.
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