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HMS Tara (formerly the Holyhead-Dublin packet Hibernia) was a British patrol vessel of the Great War. On the fifth of November 1915 she was captured off the north African coast near the German U-Boat base at Port Suliman by a German submarine which sank the vessel and took the crew prisoner. The prisoners were handed over to the Turks who subsequen...
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[Kannada actress] Anuradha (born 4 March 1973; ತಾರಾ) known by her stage name Tara is a south Indian film actress who primarily works in Kannada films and a politician with the Bharatiya Janata Party. On 15 March 2012, Tara was elected as a chief president for the Karnataka Chalanachitra Academy (KCA) making her the first ever actor ...
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[song] `Tara` is the second single from Moya Brennan`s Grammy-nominated album Two Horizons, released in the same year. The cover shows a photography by Peer Lindgreen. == Track listing == ...
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[n] - a village in eastern Ireland (northwest of Dublin)
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<radiobiology> Medium scale tandem mirror device commissioned at MIT in 1984 to develop greater understanding of basic tandem mirror physics, with emphasis on microstability properties, thermal barrier formation, and RF heating. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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noun a village in eastern Ireland (northwest of Dublin); seat of Irish kings until 6th century
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(from the article `cod`) A North Pacific species of cod, G. macrocephalus, is very similar in appearance to the Atlantic form. In Japan this fish, which is found in both the ...
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(from the article `tannin`) ...acid and sugars. Gallotannin, or common tannic acid, is the best known of the hydrolyzable tannins. It is produced by extraction with water or ...
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(Irish: `Place of Assembly`), low hill (about 507 feet [154 m]) in County Meath, Ireland, occupying an important place in Irish legend and history. ...
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Tara is a English girl name. The meaning of the name is `High Hill` Where is it used? The name Tara is mainly used In Indian and In Hindu Mythology. Tara appears In 2007`s top-1000 name list at rank 539. The name reached the top-100 3 times. 1980 was a `top year` for the name Tara. (Based on 128 years of name history) In that year it ranked #4...
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Tara is a Irish girl name. The meaning of the name is `Irish/Gaelic name meaning `rocky hill` or `from the crag of a tower.` Variants include Tarah Tarra and Tarrah.` Where is it used? The name Tara is mainly used In Indian and In Hindu Mythology. Tara appears In 2007`s top-1000 name list at rank 539. The name reached the top-100 3 times. 1980 w...
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[Ramayana] In the Hindu epic Ramayana, Tara (तारा, Khmer: តារា {IAST|Tārā}, literally `star`;) is the Queen of Kishkindha and wife of the monkey (vanara) King Vali. After being widowed, she becomes the Queen of Sugriva, Vali`s brother. Tara is described as the daughter of the monkey physician Sushena in the Ramayana, and i...
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(1998) Tara (1998) is a cultivated variety of potato.
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(1994) Tara (1994) is a cultivated variety of potato.
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[Kim Possible] This category contains music festivals held in Greece. ...
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[actress] Tara (born 3 of August 1944 in Imphal, Manipur, India) is an Assamese film actress, who has worked in Assamese, Manipuri, Punjabi and Hindi films in a career extending more than 50 years. Her prominent features include Halodhia Choraye Baodhan Khai, which won the National Film Award for Best Feature Film in 1988, Banaras - A Mysti...
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Tara (târ'u) , village, Co. Meath, E Republic of Ireland. The Hill of Tara (507 ft/155 m high) was the seat of the high kings of Ireland from ancient times until the 6th cent. and may have been the site of religious ceremonies in prehistoric times. A statue of St. Patrick, who preached ther...
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[Greece] The Tara River of Arcadia, Greece has been identified by some classical scholars as the modern equivalent of the Tragus river. ...
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[Monkey] I made this on Photoshop. — User:Yllianos With changes by User:Carson_Lam. This is not to scale! City Hall is not downtown! Note that Granville station lies physically between Vancouver City Centre and Waterfront stations. Although some distortion is to be expected in a schematic, the top-left section of the diagram is extremely ...
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[Israel] Tara (טרה) is an agricultural cooperative (co-op) in Israel specializing in milk and dairy products. It is the leading private dairy producer in Israel and the second largest dairy processor after Tnuva. Tara was created in 1942 by dairy farmers from the Tel Aviv neighbourhood of Nahalat Yitzhak and the surrounding area, in orde...
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[name] Tara is a given name with multiple meanings in different cultures. It is also sometimes a nickname for Tamara, as an alternative to Tammy. In the Royal Engineers it is a common for a Sergeant Major to be referred to as Tara, after the wrestler who was a Sergeant Major and served in Burma during World War II, although the practice is ...
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[genus] Tara is a spider genus of the Salticidae family (jumping spiders). The genus was first described by George and Elizabeth Peckham in 1886. The type species is Tara anomala, described and named Atrytone anomala by Eugen von Keyserling in 1882. ...
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[Northern Ireland] Tara was a loyalist movement in Northern Ireland that espoused a brand of evangelical Protestantism. Preaching a hard-line and somewhat esoteric brand of loyalism, Tara enjoyed some influence in the late 1960s before declining amid a high-profile sex abuse scandal involving its leader William McGrath. ==Origins== The root...
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[plantation] Tara is the name of a fictional plantation in the State of Georgia in the historical novel Gone with the Wind (1936) by Margaret Mitchell. In the story, Tara is located {convert|5|mi|0} from Jonesboro (originally spelled Jonesborough), in Clayton County, on the east side of the Flint River about {convert|20|mi|0} south of Atlan...
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[Drina] The Tara (Тара) is a river in Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina. It emerges from the confluence of the Opasnica and Veruša Rivers in the Komovi mountain, part of Dinaric Alps of Montenegro. The total length is 144 km, of which 104 km are in Montenegro, while the final 40 km are in Bosnia and Herzegovina; it also forms the b...
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