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TamaRe House

Postby emmanualgoldstein » Mon Apr 26, 2010 5:49 am

pleAse fiX thE tyPo oN tHe liNk At tHe tOp oF thE paGe, itS realLy bugGing mE :grin:
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Re: TamaRe House

Postby tomrush » Mon Apr 26, 2010 9:29 am

Isn't that exactly how it's typeset?

http://www.tamarehouse.com/
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Re: TamaRe House

Postby IamallthatIam » Mon Apr 26, 2010 10:46 am

It is basically their lazy way of getting you to pronounce it; tam - ah - ray house as opposed to tam - mare house , which is what you would do if it was all lowercase :giggle:
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Re: TamaRe House

Postby kliff » Mon Apr 26, 2010 10:47 am

YeP suRe iS - rO ProLly paRt oF theIr CopYriGht :giggle:
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Re: TamaRe House

Postby Veronica » Mon Apr 26, 2010 11:31 am

That what they call themselves.

I have no right to change the way they wish to be known.

(Or, putting it another way ... it's not a typo)

"Bookshop" could be considered to be a typo ... it should probably be "bookshop")
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Re: TamaRe House

Postby emmanualgoldstein » Tue Apr 27, 2010 3:16 am

:blush:
GooDness GracioUs, a bookshop that does not follow the rules of the English language!

I shall be writing a strongly worded letter to the manager! :giggle:

My bad lol its not a typo.
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Re: TamaRe House

Postby musashi » Sun Nov 05, 2017 9:21 pm

This is an extract from wikipedia.
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The Tama-Re village in Putnam County, Georgia (a.k.a. "Kodesh", “Wahannee”, “The Golden City”, “Al Tamaha”) was an Egyptian-themed set of buildings and monuments established on 476 acres near Eatonton, Georgia by the Nuwaubian Nation in 1993. This was a religious movement that had a variety of esoteric beliefs and was led by Dwight D. York. Many of the African Americans in the community had resettled here from Brooklyn, New York, where the movement had developed since about 1970. York was prosecuted for child molestation, racketeering and financial charges; convicted in 2004, he was sentenced to 135 years in prison. As part of the verdict, the Tama-Re complex was sold under government forfeiture in 2005. The structures were mostly demolished and the site cleared by the sheriff's department to prepare it for sale.

History
On January 15, 1993, Dwight York, longtime leader of a Muslim-related religious community in Brooklyn, New York, bought the property of 476 acres on 404 Shady Dale Road for $975,000. His followers began moving in from their former headquarters in Sullivan County, New York (some had moved there in the late 1980s) and Brooklyn.
After the move, York declared affiliation with the Yamasee indigenous people, as well as a variety of Egyptian and esoteric themes, claiming that the community was descended from ancient migrants to the Americas from Egypt. York said[citation needed][year needed]


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