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ta·ta

 (tä′tä′)
interj. Vulgar Slang
A breast. Usually used of a woman.

[Perhaps of baby-talk origin and akin to teat and tit.]
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Tata Sky Beauty will bring home beauty wizards, who work their magic to transform your favourite actors into stars.
All of the players are members of Indian conglomerate Tata Group.
The transaction together brought Rs 2,500 crore to Tata Steel.
His eldest son Dorabji was lauded when, in 1924, he staked his personal fortune for a loan to save Tata Steel and to avoid laying off anyone.
Mistry will be one among many whom Chandrasekaran will have to deal with, at least, in the initial days, including Ratan Tata, Nusli Wadia, retail shareholders, whistle blowers and even British Prime Minister Theresa May.
The boardroom coup sent shares in some Tata listed companies lower, though the reinstatement of the widely respected Ratan Tata as interim chairman likely helped ease investor concerns.
Tata Consultancy Services, in the notice for the extraordinary general meeting of shareholders called at the instance of Tata Sons to remove him as director on the company board, said Mistry has lost the confidence of the main promoter.
New Delhi: Tata Group's hospitality arm Indian Hotels on Monday decided to convene an extra-ordinary general meeting of shareholders on December 20 to consider removal of Cyrus Mistry as director of the company.
October seems to be the cruellest month for Ratan Tata, interim chairman of Tata Sons, the holding company of Tata Group -- a Mumbai-based global business conglomerate.
Mistry, who became the chairman of Tata Group in late 2012 after Ratan Tata stepped down, was the first chairman to be appointed from outside the family in 70 years.
5% stake in the telecom joint venture with Tata Sons.
Bheemshankar, Group General Manager, Al Hashar Group, welcomed the guests and spoke of the enduring partnership of four decades between Tata Motors and Al Hashar.