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 (tôl′bət, tăl′-)
A large white or light-colored hound having long hanging ears and large flews, formerly used in England for tracking and hunting.

[Middle English, personal name, from Old French.]


(Breeds) (formerly) an ancient breed of large hound, usually white or light-coloured, having pendulous ears and strong powers of scent
[C16: supposed to have been brought to England by the Talbot family]


(Biography) (William Henry) Fox. 1800–77, British scientist, a pioneer of photography, who developed the calotype process
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Tenders are invited for Construction Of Kharanja In Gram Panchayat Rahta From Shahar Talb To Dildar House Tak Block -Mall Lucknow.
Le silence, oppose au "radotage", nous renseigne sur un rituel que seul le professionnel qu'est le ttalb peut mener a terme: Ur da ytteri lkenz awal iaddan Hat ifesti as t ttawin ttelba Point de radotage pour la quete du tresor Les tolba le deterrent par un rituel du silence Dans ce vers, le talb est magicien.
Abu Sayyaf members identified Basal Talb Sali also known as 'GongGong Sali' and "Abu Husni," carried a total of P5.
During the meeting, which took an hour and a half and attended by Mohammad Talb, party's International Relations officer, and Hussam Naeli, acting liaison officer, Sawan explained that the Government has not been able to achieve any success in the core files such as security and local government, which both are under the direct supervision of the Prime Minister.
tAlb He said: "There's no denying England should have been awarded the World Cup.
A TV documentary is set to name four men involved in the bombing as Hafez Dalkamoni, Mohammed Abu Talb, Marwan Khreesat and Ahmed Jibril, who have all been named as suspects in the past.
Last week the Sunday People named Egyptian Mohammed Abu Talb as a new suspect.
Meanwhile, a few days ago, an Egyptian terrorist, Mohammed Abu Talb - who is serving life in prison for a series of bombings, has been revealed as a likely suspect in the devastating attack.
Arab Member of the Israeli Kenest, Talb Al San'e, considered today home destruction as a crime adding its clear attempt by the state of Israel to remove all Arab presence from the Negev.
An Egyptian, Mohammed Abu Talb, a leading member of the PFLP-GC, emerged as a key suspect early in the investigation.