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Tassie

(ˈtæzɪ) or

Tassy

n, pl -sies
1. (Placename) Tasmania
2. (Peoples) a native or inhabitant of Tasmania
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Address : Mas De Tassy 1849 Route Rd19 Cs80106 83440 Tourrettes
39 (480m): Sleek Hopper, Vicarage Madison, Steeple Rd Twirl, Target Munro, Crooked Lake, Alnwick Tassy (W).
15 (480m): Sleek Hopper, Crooks Heidi, Oor Millie, Bigbash Elles, Alnwick Nora, Alnwick Tassy (W).
Pauline Rouaud-Tinguely, David Boudier, Sylvain Mazalrey, Jenny Laumonier, Isabelle Cruz, Geraldine Bon, Karine Perrinet, Beranger Tassy, Brigitte Closs * Silab R&D, Saint-Viance, France.
Photographer Elena Tassy will present portraits which -- apart from having an aesthetic purpose -- have a message to share.
And a huge variety of plants are both easy and worth the effort, say longtime plant lovers Tara Heibel and Tassy de Give.
Llop i Bayo, Francesc, 1996, <<Le temps chante par les cloches>>, dans Hubert Tassy (dir.
But the real beginning of Indian Islam Studies in France was given official acceptance when Joseph Heliodore Garcin de Tassy (1794-1878) became the first professor and chair of Hindustani in 1830 at the Ecole Nationale des Langues Orientales, better known as Langues O.
When I first heard I had been chosen to be a Torchbearer I was so stoked," said the teenager, also known as Tassy.
Tassy, Steme, Bricogne, Gallmiche, Godchaux, Chervau, and Simon are among these experts.
Some of the personalities involved are TV presenter Dan Snow, chef Mitch Tonks, Countryfile presenter Ellie Harrison, world champion cliff diver Gary Hunt, UK surfing champion Tassy Swallow and yachtsman Mike Golding OBE.
The winners of the boat races were Tristin Cowley, three, six-year-old Tassy Race, and Matthew Brining, nine.