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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. BLACK 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.

    In Indian Mexico (1908)

  • 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, - Local News

  • (Tatarian honeysuckle), and Lonicera xylosteum (Dwarf honeysuckle).

    A Passion for Nature

  • "The Internet†™ 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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