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Da·vos

 (dä-vōs′)
A town of southeast Switzerland north of Saint Moritz. A fashionable resort, it is noted as the site of an annual international economic summit.
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Davos

(ˈdævɒs)
n
(Placename) a mountain resort in Switzerland: winter sports, site of the Parsenn ski run. Pop: 11 417 (2000). Height: about 1560 m (5118 ft). Romansch name: Tarau
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In regard to the possible wider Indo-European links in support of the 'spread, extend' proposal we can point to Bur tirkan '(of spilled oil, wound) to spread' (B 427), tarau manas 'to spill over, overflow (of things on a big scale)' (L 338).
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In the Bariai district, Amara speakers living in the small village of Niuniuiai no longer trade a specially prepared, medicinal white clay called atarau (K: tarau) to Siassi, the Bali Islands, or Finschafen on the mainland (28) Trade into the Arawe district has also fallen off in recent times.
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