from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The prominence in front of the external opening of the ear. See Illust. under ear.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In anatomy, a small gristly and fleshy prominence at the entrance of the external ear, projecting backward from the anterior edge of the orifice, and partly closing it: the projection opposite is the antitragus. See second cut under ear.
- n. In zoology, a corresponding process guarding the external meatus, sometimes capable of closing the orifice like a valve: in some animals, as bats, developing to enormous size and extraordinary shape, and believed to serve as a delicate tactile organ.
- n. [capitalized] [Haller, 1768.] A genus of grasses, of the tribe Zoysieæ and subtribe Anthephoreæ.
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- n. a small cartilaginous flap in front of the external opening of the ear
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The British Hospitality Association (BHA), which counts major restaurant chains such as Tragus and Gondola among its members, is one signatory of the charter.
Other bolt-on acquisitions last year included the £140 million takeover of Italian restaurant chain Strada by U.K. restaurant group Tragus, and leisure group Merlin Entertainments Group's £1 billion acquisition of London wax museum Madame Tussauds.
Disposals such as that of restaurant group Tragus, which U. K.-based midmarket firm ECI Partners sold to Legal & General Ventures in 2005 in a secondary buyout, and again by LGV in a tertiary buyout to Blackstone Group LP last year, showed how buyout firms can become involved at different stages of a company's development.
This differs from the Tragus case, whose three owners adopted three different strategies: corporate carve-out, where a business division is bought from its parent; growth; and buy-and-build.
* Tragus (oui j'le compte en dehors des oreilles): j'ai pas encore de cheloide mais je pense et c meme certain que j'en ferais une.
For example _Tragus racemosus_ grows with all its branches quite prostrate in a poor, dry, open soil.
The spikelets are solitary in Perotis, binate in Tragus and grouped in
Fuchs (1501-66) professor at Ingolstadt, Hieronymus Tragus (Bock) of
Next steps for Tragus include extending the application of the el-Box by self-authoring and assessment training materials.
With over 280 sites across the country serving over 20 million meals every year and an exciting portfolio of leading brands, ThirdForce has been a proud partner in helping to drive operational excellence in Tragus.