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tasse

 (tăs) also tas·set (tăs′ĭt)
n.
One of a series of jointed overlapping metal splints hanging from a corselet, used as armor for the lower trunk and thighs.

[Possibly French, pouch, from Old French, perhaps ultimately from Vulgar Latin *tasca, task, money pouch; see task.]
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tasse

(tæs)

also tas•set

(ˈtæs ɪt)
n.
one of the plates forming the fauld in a suit of armor.
[1540–50]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.tasse - one of two pieces of armor plate hanging from the fauld to protect the upper thighstasse - one of two pieces of armor plate hanging from the fauld to protect the upper thighs
armor plate, armor plating, armour plate, plate armor, plate armour - specially hardened steel plate used to protect fortifications or vehicles from enemy fire
body armor, body armour, cataphract, coat of mail, suit of armor, suit of armour - armor that protects the wearer's whole body
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Numa revisao que corrobora os resultados encontrados observou-se que a maioria dos artigos analisados apresentou uma prevalencia maior de idosos considerados mais ativos (idosos que realizam um tempo igual ou superior a 150 minutos por semana de atividades moderadas e vigorosas) (Binotto e Tassa, 2014).
tassa kukkuccam ahosi--pa--anapatti bhikkhu parajikassa, apatti dukkatassa 'ti.
In this fine book, ethnomusicologist Peter Manuel offers rich documentation and analysis of tassa drumming from the Indo-Caribbean.
"Y este precio, no esta siempre en vn ser, antes se muda con diuersas tassas de los q gouierna la rebublica, con el tiepo, lugar y manera de veder, o la falta o sobra de la mercaderia, y del dinero como lo prueua bie Caietano".
Perhaps most significant with regard to the overall arguments posited in this study, chapter 5 documents and analyzes tassa drumming in both India and the Indo-Caribbean diaspora, discussing its origins, present manifestations, performance styles, and social contexts.
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The following lamp styles are included in the expanded recall: BILEN, FLABB, KUSLIG, LJUSNING, MINNEN, MINNEN FACKLA, MYS HJARTLIG, MYS KANIN, MYS MANE, MYS RIVIG, PIFFIG, SEGLATS, SKOJIG, SMILA BAGGE, SMILA BLOMMA, SMILA HJARTA, SMILA MANE, SMILA SNACKA, SMILA STJARNA, SMILA SJOHAST, SMULTRON GRODA, SMYG, SNOIG, STOJA, SUSSA, TASSA, and TASSA NATT.
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