TIARA

Tactical Intelligence And Related Activities

tiara

A head ornament worn in the crown position.
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Tiara

A tiara (from tiara, from τιάρα) is a form of crown. There are two possible types of crown that this word can refer to. Traditionally, the word `tiara` refers to a high crown, often with the shape of a cylinder narrowed at its top, made of fabric or leather, and richly ornamented. It was used by the kings and emperors of some ancient people.....
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tiara

(from the article `taj`) brimless hat, usually conical or curved on top, worn by men and women in Muslim countries. The taj (from the Persian and Arabic words for crown) ...
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tiara

[n] - a crown-like jewelled headdress worn by women on formal occasions
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Tiara

• (n.) The pope`s triple crown. It was at first a round, high cap, but was afterward encompassed with a crown, subsequently with a second, and finally with a third. Fig.: The papal dignity. • (n.) A form of headdress worn by the ancient Persians. According to Xenophon, the royal tiara was encircled with a diadem, and was high and erect, w...
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tiara

noun a jewelled headdress worn by women on formal occasions
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Tiara

Ti·a'ra noun [ Latin , from Greek ..., ...; of Persian origin.] 1. A form of headdress worn by the ancient Persians. According to Xenophon, the royal tiara was encircled with a diadem, and was high and erect, while those of the people were flexible, or had rims turned over. 2. The pope's...
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Tiara

A tiara was an ancient Persian head-dress (hence the name which in Greek means a Persian head-dress). Originally worn by the ancient Persian kings and magi, the tiara was adopted by the Romans for both men and women, and in mediaeval times evolved into a lady's headband. By modern times the tiara had further evolved to include an erect front. The t...
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Tiara

characteristic Persian headgear; hood.
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tiara

in Roman Catholicism, a triple crown worn by the pope or carried in front of him, used at some nonliturgical functions such as processions. ... [1 related articles]
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Tiara

is the papal crown, a costly covering for the head, ornamented with precious stones and pearls, which is shaped like a bee-hive, has a small cross at its highest point, and is also equipped with three royal diadems. On account of the three diadems it is sometimes called triregnum. The tiara is a non-liturgical ornament, which, therefore, is only wo...
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tiara

See diadem
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TIARA

See tactical intelligence and related activities.
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tiara

three-tiered crown worn by or carried in front of the pope
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Tiara

Tiara is a Greek name for girls. The meaning is `lioness` The name Tiara is most commonly given to American girls. The name sounds like: Ciara, Siara See also: Tia
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TIARA

Tornado Integrated Avionics Research Aircraft
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Tiara

Triple crown used by the Popes until the time of Vatican II. Paul VI gave away the one offered to him by the faithful of Milan when he was elected. Since then, Popes have stopped using it and have replaced it with the cap symbol of episcopal dignity: the mitre
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tiara

Triple crown worn by the pope, or a semicircular headdress worn by women on formal occasions. The papal triple crown is a symbol of sovereign power (not sacred like the mitre), a high cap of gold...
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