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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, who retired as the chairman of Tata Sons in 2012 after being at the helm for over three decades, said that Tata Group companies have been devoting up to five per cent of their profits for CSR for many years now.
The Tata Construck range consists of Tippers, Transit Mixers, Truck mounted Cranes & Concrete Boom Pumps, engineered to address tough conditions and endure heavy duty cycles of the construction and mining industry, with higher productivity and profitability.
He doesn't have either, but is today the youngest CEO in a Tata company.
Tata's Indica Vista EV is already being built in India, but the car maker has been awarded a pounds 10m UK government loan which will support pounds 25m of Tata investment to develop and manufacture electric vehicles here.
Tata is understood to have met with bankers to discuss a rival bid, which would trump Brazil's Companhia Siderurgica Nacional's (CSN's) offer of 515p by between 7% and 10%.
Tata Steel owner Ratan Tata said he had been surprised by the rival offer, which throws his group's agreed takeover into jeopardy.
Tata, part of the Tata Group conglomerate, ranks as the 56th largest steel producer in the world on one list.
Tata Motors is one of the largest companies in the Tata Group with a total income of $2.
The Tata Group, one of India's largest private sector conglomerates (involving some 80 companies), is renowned worldwide for its commitment to social welfare.
In the Complainant's submission, which is amply substantiated by copies of articles and reports submitted (see: Complaint - Annexures "E" and "F") the Tata Group of Companies is collectively referred to as "Tatas" throughout the world.
Tata IBM Ltd markets and supports IBM products in India and IBM Global Services offers IT services including managing IT set-ups for big corporates.
MUMBAI, India -- Tata Starbucks Limited, the 50/50 joint venture between Starbucks Coffee Company (Nasdaq: SBUX) and Tata Global Beverages Limited, today opened the doors to the first Starbucks store in India.