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  • proper n. A diminutive of the female given name Natasha.

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Examples

  • It does not matter how Tash is perceived: Malaysian at heart, Commonwealth shaped or British baked ...

    Tash Takes the Prize!

  • Tash is a writer, who was born in, at some point resided in, may have a passport from, the country called Malaysia.

    Tash Takes the Prize!

  • Poor old Tash is out of the running once more - but hey, did so well to be longlisted.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • I think poor Tash is going to be totally fed up with me by the end of the day.

    Tash Dash

  • Our Tash is there again - on the shortlist for best first novel, along with his friend and UEA coursemate, Diana Evans.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • But I hadn't took three bites, when I looked away up the table at a man they called Tash (attache ').

    David Crockett

  • Another problem with the ‘post-colonial’ is that there appears to be a degree of literary exoticism and orientalism involved, (something Mr. Raman took issue with), which is also probably why Thor Kar Hong picked a bone with what he deems a rather ‘forced’ use and depiction of cultural and temporal setting in Tash Aw’s novel.

    Dreamer Idiot Tackles Postcolonialism

  • Before meeting up with Neeson (who called her "Tash") Richardson was married to theater and producer Robert Fox, whose credits include the 1985 staging of "The Seagull" in which his future wife appeared.

    News from www.muscatinejournal.com

  • Before meeting up with Neeson (who called her "Tash") Richardson was married to theatre producer Robert Fox, whose credits include the 1985 staging of "The Seagull" in which his future wife appeared.

    680news.com

  • Before meeting up with Neeson (who called her "Tash")

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