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“I called Tui to enquire how those resorts fared this season.”
“Just two weeks earlier Tui, which is 57% owned by Germany's Tui AG, had issued a trading update insisting it was "confident that full-year results would be in line with previous expectations".”
“I'm off to check out a Chinese massage practice called Tui Na next.”
“In our country we have a well know beer ad called the Tui Ads.”
“Kuni Jenkins's study of literacy as an agent of colonisation Becoming Literate -- Becoming English (1993), discusses the earliest Mäori manuscripts by Titere and Tuai (referred to in some sources as 'Tui'), young Ngäpuhi men who spent 1818 in England and recorded their reading lessons in English.”
“In 1820 Kendall went to England and improved his alphabet by working together with a scholar of oriental languages, Professor Samuel Lee of Cambridge University, and Ngäpuhi speakers Hongi Hika and HÖhaia Parata Waikato, and by reference to a vocabulary compiled by other northern speakers Tuai (referred to in some sources as 'Tui') and Titere on a visit to England in 1818.”
“Now Stougaard calls Jitlada her remote office and chef Suthiporn "Tui" Sungkamee and his sister Sarintip "Jazz" Singsanong her second family.”
“We have seen a number of exciting projects come onstream, such as Tui, New Zealand's first subsea completion with a FPSO, new gas fields at Kupe and Pohokura, and the Maari oil field, which is living up to pre-drill expectations with reserves increasing following the successful recent drilling campaign.”
“To fill the empty spaces at the W, she bought $200,000 of furniture from Tui Lifestyle, a Miami-based furniture company that specializes in selling packages of furniture to developers.”
“Jason Atkins , an ex-Marine and entrepreneur who founded Tui Lifestyle, says he sold the furniture—on the higher end of his collection—to Ms. Sunshine for about $30,000 to $35,000 per unit.”
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