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Tomin is an antiquated Spanish unit of weight and currency. It may also refer to

TOMIN SAJI who is a film (director)maker,writer,actor,photographer and moreover he is a movie lover and analyzer. He had worked as asist director in short films and He made his directional debut with the malayalam short film HOLLOW BRICK(2016).Then he had continued to do malayalam short films such as BEYOUND THE HEARTS,THALAMUDI,KANDAN.The most recent short film which he had directed KANDAN was very successfull to be screened in many short film fests.He is an upcoming offer for the malayalam short film and film industry

Qendër Tomin Administrative Unit in Dibër, Albania

Qendër Tomin is a former municipality in the Dibër County, northeastern Albania. At the 2015 local government reform it became a subdivision of the municipality Dibër. The population at the 2011 census was 7,590.

Sarv Tomin village in Kerman, Iran

Sarv Tomin is a village in Saghder Rural District, Jebalbarez District, Jiroft County, Kerman Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 70, in 28 families.

Tomin or Tomyn is a Slavic surname. It may refer to

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Tatsuya Ueda , is a Japanese idol, singer, and actor from the Japanese idol group KAT-TUN. Born in Kanagawa in Japan, he joined the Japanese talent agency, Johnny & Associates in 1998. In March 2006 he debuted as a member of the Japanese boy band KAT-TUN and is under Johnny & Associates management. The group's name was an acronym based on the first letter of each member's family name until the departure of Jin Akanishi in 2010, and Koki Tanaka in 2013. Junnosuke Taguchi left the band a well in 2016. After Tanaka's and Taguchi's withdrawal, Ueda took the T's for TaTsuya. As of 2016, KAT-TUN stands for Kazuya KAmenashi, TaTsuya Ueda, and Yuichi Nakamaru. Ueda is very athletic, and his favorite hobbies include Boxing and running.

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Július Tomin (1915–2003) was a high school teacher and well-known author from Czechoslovakia. He was persecuted during the Soviet occupation for promoting Interlingua as a second language.

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Zdena Tomin is a Czech novelist and former communist-era dissident.

Michaela Marksová Czech minister of labour and social affairs of the CR and local politician

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Street is a 1995 Indian Malayalam film, directed by P. Anil and produced by Koshi and Palamuttam Majeed. The film stars Vikram, Babu Antony, Geetha, Baiju in the lead roles. Vikram played the antagonist. The film has musical score by Tomin Thachankari.

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Tomin First no Kai is a regional political party in Tokyo Metropolis, Japan.

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