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- n. See Table at currency.
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- n. The currency of Samoa, divided into 100 sene.
- n. A rhythmic pattern in Indian music.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An Argentine tree of the elm family, Momisia pallida, yielding a valuable wood used for making tool handles, casks, and barrels.
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- n. the basic unit of money in Western Samoa
In the Turco – Tartar dialect a heath is called tala or tschol.
In the Turco-Tartar dialect a heath is called tala or tschol.
Kharaharapriya was thereafter taken up for a condensed elaboration that made a quick detour of the scale and was succeeded by "Senthil Andavan" in rupaka tala, augmented with a beautifully contoured neraval and fluent kalpana swaras.
Beginning with the Begada varna in adi thala, the recital progressed with "Siddhivinayakam" in Shanmukhapriya raga and rupaka tala, embellished with a few kalpana swaras.
"Pahi Pahi Balaganapathe" in Hamsadhwani raga and rupaka tala, which followed the Sri raga varna, was preceded by a brief but mellifluous sketch of the raga and supplemented with kalpana swaras.
Ito ay dumating sa mundo-set sa "tala" mode at wired na may kakayahan upang pag-aralan at cross-reference ang data na natatanggap nito, pagguhit ng pagpapasiya tungkol sa mundo.
But they never pretended to hold the region thus ravaged; it was sack, burn, plunder, and away; and these desolating inroads were retaliated in kind by the Moorish cavaliers, whose greatest delight was a "tala," or predatory incursion, into the Christian territories beyond the mountains.
Until I realized that in Sepedi the word for both green and blue is tala.
In order to distinguish which you mean you should say tala like the sky or tala like the grass.
As Chinese and Arabic travelers observed, before the introduction of paper, the Indians used bhurja (Baetula bhojpattr), or cotton clothing, or parchments, or tada-tala (Borassus flabelliformis) to write.