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- adj. Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of Tatari Oguz Effendi or his doctrines; intentionally veiling one’s own discoveries, inventions, creations, etc., in order to remain unknown, anonymous, or obscure.
- n. a person, who adheres to the basic doctrines of Tatari Oguz Effendi.
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But somehow it didn't dawn on me to claim that English I learned in Russian-Tatarian high school and later in Russian-Udmurt University is a separate language, equal to American English.
Tatarian as photographer; at the last moment the plans regarding the plaster-worker failed; arrived in the field, Dr. Powell was unable to carry out his contract; the photographic work disintegrated, and failure stared us in the face.
Fourteen trees on the city's boulevard tree list include four types of lindens, plus black walnut, bur oak, hackberry, honey locust, Ohio buckeye, Norway and Tatarian maple trees,
(Tatarian honeysuckle), and Lonicera xylosteum (Dwarf honeysuckle).
"The Internetâ€ ™ s Impact on Traditional Campaign Communication Methods" will be explored during a panel discussion Friday, Oct. 5, at the 2007 Roger Tatarian Symposium.
Former diplomat featured at Tatarian Symposium Oct. 13
Tatarian panel will discuss Internet, politics Friday
Columnist Dan Walters to keynote Tatarian Symposium
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