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  • I’d be lying if I said that Ikuta Toma is not part of the main reason why I keep watching the J-drama (what can I say, I think his acting is really good and he’s totally adorable), but seriously, I kinda like the Japanese cast too – well, specifically Mukai Osamu, Harada Natsuki and, of course, Ikuta Toma.

    News: Yet another Honey and Clover drama adaptation « Undercover

  • “Yes, Toma, that is true,” I say with tears of delight, feeling the rope that is pulling through me.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • This doesn't just apply to historical figures; in the real world, people like 'Toma' and 'Serpico' were contemporary to the shows about them.

    Archive 2009-04-19

  • 'Toma' was a short-lived television series that ran on ABC in 1973 and 1974.

    Archive 2009-05-03

  • I'm not sure how much of his stories are true -- he seems to downplay the fact that the show was conceived as a spinoff of "Toma," ignores the rumour that other people were offered the part of Rockford before Garner got involved, and doesn't address how much the finished product was influenced by Garner's movie Marlowe.

    Archive 2006-06-01

  • One of the skydivers, Thomas "Toma" Medbury, 54, of Akron, died Saturday of injuries suffered in the crash.

    Tonawanda News Homepage

  • Friends say 53-year-old Thomas "Toma" Medbury of Akron died Friday at Erie County Medical

    whec.com - Local News

  • Toma liked this idea, but added something else, “Love the ropes, for they pull your enemy into love.”

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • “You have to keep going back into the frying pan,” Toma comments.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

  • Toma is talking about what Bushman n|om-kxaosi have experienced for thousands of years.

    The Bushman Way of Tracking God

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