Tanche

tench, a river fish with a mild, delicate flavor; often an ingredient in matelote and pauchouse, freshwater fish stews.
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Tanche

The Tanche, probably the best known French olive cultivar, is grown primarily in the Drôme and Vaucluse regions of southern France. It is often referred to as a perle noire, the `Black Pearl of Provence`. The Tanche is said to have been introduced to France by the Greeks of Massilia, around the fourth century BC. ==Extent== The Tanche is grown .....
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tanche

tench, a freshwater fish with mild, delicate flavor
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Tanche

[family] Tanche and Tank (other spellings are Tanch, Tanke, Tanck, and Tancke) is the name of one or more Dano-Norwegian families. One of those is originating from Haderslev. There are several persons by the name Tanche and similar spellings in Denmark, Norway and Germany. The tradition says that a German by the name Tanche was ennobled by ...
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