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n.1.(Falconry) The male falcon.
1.(Anat.) tarsus.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Ha publicado tambien otros trabajos de corte mas historico; por ejemplo: Paul de Tarse en Mediterranee.
Christian tradition acknowledged the three kings: Balthazar of Tarse and Egypt, Gaspar of Sheba, and Melchor of Arabia.
Etude du tarse, de l'apotele et de la formation des griffes au cours du developpement postembryonnaire chez Pachylus quinamavidensis (Arachnida, Opilions, Laniatores).
Moreover, Tharsalio's name "means Boldness or Confidence in Greek, with a pun on 'tarse,' a cant term for 'penis'" ("Meat," 221).
The species of Oryzomys (Oligoryzomys) in Paraguay and the identity of Azara's "rat sixieme ou rat a tarse noir." Miscellaneous Publications, Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan 161:1-41.
Here is one with two Scrabble terms, RESAT (an exam, e.g.) and ARETS (assigns), as well as ESTRA, an island off Sweden [Geo], STAER, dialect for 'stair', steep [EDD] and TARSE, penis [OED].
A LANGUAGE historian has revealed the best long-lost swear words from Britain - including nippy, tarse and wittol.
Other archaic alternatives for the male appendage include tarse.
L'approdo alia psicanalisi dell'autore, infatti, rappresenta uno spartiacque fondamentale che porta alia creazione dell'opera tarse piu creativa di Berto, vale a dire II male oscuro, ma che apre anche a un nuovo stile che si distacca dal profita piu neorealista delta scrittore di Mogliano Veneto.