the city of Peking (q.v.) under the Mongols.
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1) Reservation at a johannesburg restaurant?
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Tacaratu is a town in the state of Pernambuco, Brazil. The population in 2009, according with IBGE is 22,231 and the area is 1264.5 km². ==Geography== ==Economy== The main economic activities in Tacaratu are based in general industry, commerce and agribusiness, especially creation of cattle, goats...
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Taiawhtu is a village in Chipwi Township in Myitkyina District in the Kachin State of north-eastern Burma. ...
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Taijitu (Traditional Chinese: 太極圖; Simplified Chinese: 太极图; Wade-Giles: T`ai Chi T`u; Pinyin: tàijítú; Rough English translation: “diagram of ultimate power”) is a term which refers to a Chinese symbol for the concept of yin and yang (Taiji). It is the universal symbol of the rel...
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(from the article `Addis Ababa`) ...of the Ethiopian state. Its immediate predecessor, Entoto, was situated on a high tableland and was found to be unsatisfactory because of extreme ...
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Freighters are Cargo ships or boats. ...
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Takpertu, inscribed šu-gur-gur-meš, literally “wiping,” from kupurru, “to wipe, rub,” or more generally ““to perform a wiping rite,” were Mesopotamian purification rituals whose oldest attestations go back to the Old Babylonian period. In later neo-Assyrian and neo-Babylonian period...
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Talking Timbuktu is the 1994, Grammy award-winning collaboration between Malian guitarist Ali Farka Touré and American guitarist/producer Ry Cooder. The guitar riff from the song "Diaraby" was selected for the Geo-quiz segment of The World PRI-BBC radio program and was retained by popular demand w...
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A Truvativ external bearings crankset showing the large hollow axle ...
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Tan Sólo Tú
"Tan Sólo Tú" ("Only You") is a Latin pop song by Venezuelan recording artist Franco De Vita from his third live album En Primera Fila (2011). Produced by David Cabrera and De Vita, the track was released as the album`s first single in Latin America and the United States and it is performed as a ...
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Tane Tu`ipulotu (born 7 February 1981 in Tonga) is a rugby union player for the Hurricanes in the Super Rugby competition. He plays as a centre. He has represented the Pacific Islanders. In summer of 2008 he signed for the Guinness Premiership side Newcastle Falcons, to arrive in November 2008, aft...
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Taptu is a social media and technology company that builds platforms, tools and applications that enable highly personalized creation, curation, recommendation, search, discovery, management, consumption and sharing of content across all personal screen-based devices, and most significantly on touc...
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Per :commons:Image:Stemma-Leone-XIII.jpg La bildo estas kopiita de wikipedia:it. La originala priskribo estas: Stemma di Leone XIII Dalla pagina: http://www.araldicavaticana.com/Pontefici.htm Autorizzato alla pubblicazione dal detentore del copyright, via e-mail. Autorizzazione del curatore Fabio C...
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Taritu is a village in Lümanda Parish, Saare County in western Estonia. ...
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[air base] My own created image. ...
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noun a city of southeastern Estonia that was a member of the Hanseatic League
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old university city of Estonia, on the Emajogi River. The original settlement of Tarbatu dates from the 5th century; in 1030 the Russians built a ...
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The Tartu was a French Aigle Class destroyer (contre-torpilleurs) of 2441 tons displacement launched in 1931 and scuttled at Toulon in November 1942. The Tartu had a top speed of 41 knots and a range of 4800 km at 18 knots and carried a complement of 220. She was armed with five 5.5 inch guns; four ...
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Tartu is the second largest city of Estonia. In contrast to Estonia`s political and financial capital Tallinn, Tartu is often considered the intellectual and cultural hub, especially since it is home to Estonia`s oldest and most renowned university. Situated 186 km southeast of Tallinn, the city is...
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Tartu (tär'tOO) , Ger. and Swed. Dorpat, city (1994 pop. 105,844), E Estonia, a port on the Ema River. The second largest city of Estonia, it is an important industrial and cultural center and a rail junction. Food processing, metalworking, printing and publishing, and the production of lea...
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City in Estonia, 150 km/93 mi southeast of Tallinn and 50 km/31 mi west of Lake Peipus; population (2000) 101,200. Industries include light engineering, food processing, and lumber. Founded by Russians in 1030, it was a stronghold of the Teutonic Knights from 1224 onwards. Tartu was captured by Russ...
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1) City 2) Estonian city 3) Metropolis 4) Tartu 5) Urban center
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Tathastu is a 2006 Hindi film directed by Anubhav Sinha. It is based on the film John Q. Tathastu is a common Sanskrit phrase meaning, `So be it`. ==Plot summary== Ravi Rajput comes from a poor family; his father was a foreman at a mill, and could not afford to send Ravi to a private school. Ravi s...
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[chimpanzee] Author = Martin Swain. Source = Author, Moscow April 2007. ...
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