Tartarian


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Tartarian

(tɑːˈtɛərɪən)
adj
1. (Peoples) a variant spelling of Tatarian
2. (Languages) a variant spelling of Tatarian
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In this interval the poor Chinese came in who had lost the camel, but he had no weapon; however, seeing the Tartar down, and his horse fallen upon him, away he runs to him, and seizing upon an ugly weapon he had by his side, something like a pole-axe, he wrenched it from him, and made shift to knock his Tartarian brains out with it.
-- Another retiring gentleman, with a brimstone belly, doubtless got by scraping along the Tartarian tiles in some of his profounder divings.
6.Bada, Bing, Lambert and Tartarian are all varieties of which fruit?
As a food-obsessed Malaysian, Muruga mainly depended on McDonald's and Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) for convenience but said he enjoyed Tartarian cuisine in Kazan.
Morrow's, Tartarian and Belle honeysuckles) imported from Eurasia in the 1800s for erosion control and wildlife cover.
Spring slipped quickly into the south Willamette Valley Friday, stringing the Tartarian cherry tree at Owen Rose Garden with frilly white blossoms.
The half-mile trail section leads hikers through forests of native apple, pine, oak, maple and dogwood, but is heavily infested with Japanese barberry, Tartarian honeysuckle, Oriental bittersweet, and prickly multiflora rose, which Ms.
The vanquished from the ranks of the ancient royalty of Egyptians, Arabians and Turks, perceive him to be 'the great Tartarian thiefe' (III, iii, 171), 'Gorgon, prince of Hell' ( IV.i.17) and 'The Scum of men, the hate and Scourge of God' ( IV.iii.9).
(Sulphur-Bottom).--Another retiring gentleman, with a brimstone belly, doubtless got by scraping along the Tartarian tiles in some of his profounder divings.