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Tuulio began his career in 1906 as a Latin teacher at the Helsinki Normal Lyceum. Nevertheless, immediately after graduating he embarked, at the instigation of his teachers nike free run 2015 shoes winter nCkfy
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In 1917, Tuulio married one of his students, Tyyni Haapanen , who like her husband was fascinated by Spanish and Italian literature and who later became known for her translations and biographies.

In 1920, Tuulio was named amanuensis of the Department of History and Language Sciences at the University of Helsinki, and in the 1920s he was one of the first to arrange practical Spanish courses at the University. He was to wait for a professorship until 1928, when at the age of 50 hewas named professor extraordinary of Southern Romance languages.

Tuulio had been interested in astronomy since his school days, and he was able to combine his old interest with philology when publishing studies on the likes of 13th century Spanish astronomy. Moreover, Tuulio, like many Hispanists of the day, was fluent in Arabic, and he studied, among others, the geographic work known as the Tabula Rogeriana , by the Moroccan-born geographer Al-Idrisi , which also dealt with the Nordic countries, including Finland.

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Tuulio strongly believed in popularising science and learning, and he published popular works on numerous topics. He was the first to begin the work of making Spanish culture and literature known to a wider audience. Tuulio published, among others, travelogues of his visits to Spain and a history of Spanish literature. In addition, he worked in numerous academic societies and associations that promoted Romance countries and languages. Cultural events of many kinds were often arranged at the Tuulios’ home, and as chairman of the Satakunta student nation he also participated in the cultural education of his students outside the lecture theatre. One of Tuulio’s fascinations was the poetry of 2014 nike air max basketball shoes
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