Tonnie Hom in 1948
|Born||4 September 1932|
Hilversum, the Netherlands
|Died||23 August 2013 (aged 80)|
|Club||HZC de Robben, Hilversum|
Antonia Johanna "Tonnie" Hom (4 September 1932 – 23 August 2013) was a Dutch swimmer. She competed in the 200 m breaststroke at the 1948 Olympics and finished in seventh place.
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Landerd is a municipality within the province of North Brabant in the southern Netherlands.
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ttyl is a young adult novel written by Lauren Myracle. It is the first book in the 'Internet Girls' series. In 2004, it gained attention for being the first novel written entirely in the style of instant messaging conversation. The novel was a New York Times, Publishers Weekly, and a Book Sense bestseller. "ttyl" is internet slang for "Talk to you later".
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Hom is a surname in various cultures. Its languages of origin include Danish, Dutch, English, and Taishanese.
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Tonnie Harry Cusell Lilipaly, is a Dutch-born Indonesian former footballer who previously plays for GVVV in Topklasse. He was also member of Indonesia national team.
The al-Qusayr offensive was an operation by the Syrian Government forces against Opposition forces at al-Qusayr in Homs province, during the Syrian Civil War. The operation was launched on 4 April 2013. The Syrian Army, the Lebanese militia Hezbollah and the National Defense Forces played key roles in the attack. Its aim was to capture all villages around the rebel-held town of al-Qusayr, thus tightening the siege of the city and ultimately launching an attack on al-Qusayr itself. The region was an important supply route for rebels fighting Syrian government forces in Homs.
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Dirkje "Dicky" van Ekris was a Dutch swimmer. She competed in the 100 m backstroke at the 1948 Olympics and finished in sixth place.
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Tonnie is a Danish, Dutch, Portuguese and Swedish given name and diminutive nickname with both masculine and feminine uses. As a Danish and Swedish name it is used as a diminutive of Antonia in Greenland, Denmark and Sweden, but also has masculine uses. As a Dutch name it has feminine used as a diminutive of Antonia in Belgium, Indonesia, Suriname, South Africa, Namibia, and the Netherlands. As both a Dutch and Portuguese name it has masculine use as diminutives of Antônio, António, Antonius, Anton, Antoon, Anthonis, and Anthoon in Brazil, Portugal, Angola, Mozambique, Belgium, Indonesia, Suriname, South Africa, Namibia, and the Netherlands. Notable people with the name include the following:
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