TAN

See Tax Anticipation Note.
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tan

[adj] - of a light yellowish-brown color 2. [n] - a browning of the skin resulting from exposure to the rays of the sun 3. [n] - a light brown 4. [v] - treat skins and hides with tannic acid so as to convert them into leather 5. [v] - get a tan, from wind or sun
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tan

wooden platform about 3 ft high around zendo where trainees sit, eat and sleep
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TAN

The American Nurse [periodical, périodique]
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TAN

Tremor Action Network
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Tan

Tan noun [ Chin.] See Picul .
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Tan

Tan adjective Of the color of tan; yellowish- brown. Black and tan . See under Black , adjective
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Tan

Tan transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Tanned ; present participle & verbal noun Tanning .] [ French tanner , Late Latin tannare . See Tan , noun ] 1. To convert (the skin...
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Tan

Tan intransitive verb To get or become tanned.
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tan

1. To convert (the skin of an animal) into leather, as by usual process of steeping it in an infusion of oak or some other bark, whereby it is impregnated with tannin, or tannic acid (which exists in several species of bark), and is thus rendered firm, durable, and in some degree impervious to water. ... The essential result in tanning is due to th...
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tan

adjective of a light yellowish-brown color
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tan

(tan) a light brown color. In persons with light-colored skin, this color is acquired by sun or ultraviolet exposure. The change results from darkening of preformed melanin (the Meirowsky phenomenon), accelerated formation of new melanin, and retention of melanin in the epidermis as a result of retardation of keratinization.&...
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Tan

• (v. t.) To thrash or beat; to flog; to switch. • (n.) A brown color imparted to the skin by exposure to the sun; as, hands covered with tan. • (n.) See Picul. • (n.) To convert (the skin of an animal) into leather, as by usual process of steeping it in an infusion of oak or some other bark, whereby it is impregnated with tanni...
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TaN

Tantalum(III) Nitride Molar mass: 194.9546
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Tan

[goat pattern] Goats expressing the tan pattern have coats pigmented completely with phaeomelanin (tan/brown pigment). The allele which codes for this pattern is located at the agouti locus of the goat genome. It is completely dominant to all other alleles on this locus. There are multiple modifier genes which control how much tan pigment i...
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tan

so
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TAN

Tax Anticipation Note.
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TAN

(Total) acid number
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tan

a traditional Chinese weight unit, now spelled dan in English transliteration. During the European colonial era the tan was equal to 100 cattys or 1600 taels. This is equivalent to 133.333 pounds, making the tan comparable to the European quintal as a commercial weight unit. In modern China the tan, or rather the dan, is equal to 100 jin, which is ...
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tan

a traditional unit of land area in Japan equal to 10 se or about 991.7 square meters (0.099 hectare or 0.245 acre).
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Tan

The opposite of 'grossness'; remaining detached from all outside things, the climax of fineness. It is to have in oneself no contraries; the climax of purity, in the sense of 'un-mixedness'. (Chuang Tzu, between 399 and 295 B.C.). -- H.H.
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Tan

Tan is slang for to beat or flog.
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Tan

Tan is the bark of oak, birch, beech and other trees, shredded and steeped in water (the liquor being known as tan ooze) and used for the preparation of leather.
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Tan

[color] Tan is a pale tone of brown. The name is derived from tannum (oak bark) used in the tanning of leather. The first recorded use of tan as a color name in English was in the year 1590. Colors which are similar or may be considered synonymous to tan include: tawny, tenné, and fulvous. == Variations of tan == ===Windsor tan=== Displaye...
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Tan

pool.
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