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- n. Alternative spelling of attar.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. essential oil or perfume obtained from flowers.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. essential oil or perfume obtained from flowers
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If za’atar is within reach, anyone can make delicious food at the drop of a hat.
Some experts claim the herb za’atar is only one specific type of savory; others claim with equal vehemence it’s one specific type of oregano.
Za’atar is also a Middle Eastern herb blend, containing one or more of the za’atar herbs.
Oh, I also discovered how good tomatoes tastes with Za'atar, which is my new favorite breakfast.
The hunter saw the attack coming, but with his blade still embedded in Taran'atar's arm, he could not back away in time.
But then the Hirogen knelt down hard, his knees impacting Taran'atar's chest.
At four meters, the Hirogen's armored form collided with Taran'atar's back, sending them both sprawling.
The Hirogen grabbed Taran'atar's good arm and twisted, forcing the Jem'Hadar around and onto his back.
Kira could understand the captain's concern, but she also understood the importance of Taran'atar's mis-sion.
Kira noticed that there was none of the scientific curiosity she would expect from, say, Nog or Shar in Taran'atar's tone.
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