TASSO

The TASSO collaboration refers to the group of people working on the TASSO detector, at PETRA, at DESY. They are famous for having discovered the gluon, the mediator of the strong interaction and carrier of the color charge. Four of them, Paul Söding, Bjørn Wiik, Günter Wolf, and Sau Lan Wu, were award the Prize for High Energy and Particle Phy...
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tasso

(TAH-soh) - Tasso is yet another example of the Cajun and Creole desire for unique flavor in a recipe. Tasso is a dried smoked product that is seasoned with cayenne pepper, garlic and salt and heavily smoked. The word tasso is believed to have come from the Spanish work "tasajo" which is dried, cured beef Although this delicacy is often ...
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Tasso

Torquato Tasso noun Italian poet who wrote an epic poem about the capture of Jerusalem during the First Crusade (1544-1595)
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Tasso

[horse] Trained by Neil Drysdale for owner Gerald Robins, Tasso raced seven times at age two in 1985, scoring five wins with one second and one third. Ridden by Laffit Pincay, Jr., he finished first in races that included the Breeders` Futurity Stakes at Keeneland Race Course in Kentucky and the Del Mar Futurity at Del Mar Racetrack in Cali...
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Tasso

A dried smoked piece of pork used to give flavor to different dishes. Slice the tasso real thin and place between two slices of fresh bread, a little mustard and you have a great meal.
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Tasso

Tasso is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Tasso

[n] - Italian poet who wrote an epic poem about the capture of Jerusalem during the First Crusade (1544-1595)
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