from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. In Taoism, the power through which the Tao is made manifest or is actualized.
- n. In Confucianism, the virtuous moral strength embodied in wise people, upon which they rely in times of distress.
- The symbol for the element tellurium.
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- n. Symbol for the element tellurium.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In medicine, an abbreviation of tetanic contraction.
- n. In chem., the symbol for tellurium.
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- n. the syllable naming the seventh (subtonic) note of any musical scale in solmization
- n. a brittle silver-white metalloid element that is related to selenium and sulfur; it is used in alloys and as a semiconductor; occurs mainly as tellurides in ores of copper and nickel and silver and gold
Here are the words of a man who had exhausted the possibilities of life before he wrote them, conveying in the simplest, though most penetrating way, a most momentous truth: "_Fecisti nos Domine ad Te, et irrequiêtum est cor nostrum donec requiescat in Te_".
Cer Te is lightyears ahead of those places in their food.
Soft shelled crab season just kicked into high gear, so for the month of May Cer Te is bring back the soft shelled crab sandwich that they sold back in June of last year.
Cer Te is on par with pricing BUT I think you need to compare it with size, taste, and quality.
The Chinese call it Te-wan; it extends between the degrees of twenty and twenty-six north latitude, is about fifty miles wide, and is separated from the province of Foo-Kien, of which it is a dependency, by a channel of from eighty to ninety miles in breadth.
Other journals have published articles and oral texts in the language but, like the Journal of the Polynesian Society, have been primarily in English: Te Ao Hou (1952-75) from the Mäori Affairs Department; Te Karanga (1985-90) produced by subscriptions to the Canterbury Mäori Studies Association; He Pukenga Körero (1995 -) from Massey University's Mäori Studies Department; the glossy magazine Mana (1993 -) an independent Mäori publication.
In 2008, Nathalie Portman launched a vegan shoe line with the New York label Te Casan.
He has two tattoos on his left forearm and also uses the name Te Awa HAENGA.
The poll follows an internet survey of 3,500 people that showed that 96% of respondents opposed the name Te Irirangi.
The Local Government Commission has chosen the name Te Irirangi for their replacement.