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ta·ta

 (tä′tä′)
interj. Vulgar Slang
A breast. Usually used of a woman.

[Perhaps of baby-talk origin and akin to teat and tit.]
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The singing of the hymns was decidedly very pleasing, but the language from the pulpit, although fluently delivered, did not sound well: a constant repetition of words, like "tata ta, mata mai," rendered it monotonous.
Summary: It would make all stakeholders - Tata Trusts, Tata Sons and group companies - act according to their best interests
T ATA Group patriarch Ratan Tata hit back at ousted chairman Cyrus Mistry saying his removal was absolutely necessary for the future success of the Tata Group as the war of words escalated between the two on Tuesday.
Tatas entered UK's steel sector, that once dominated the British economy, in early 2007 with acquisition of Anglo-Dutch steelmaker Corus after a fiercely fought takeover battle with Brazil's CSN -- which till date remains the biggest ever overseas acquisition by an Indian group.
Let me confess, I grew up with great admiration for the Tatas, particularly their philanthropic and charitable activities.
Summary: The head of India's Tata Group, Ratan Tata, quietly handed over the reins of the business empire on his 75th birthday Friday as he basked in the plaudits for turning the organisation into a global power.
Munda expressed happiness over his proposed assistance by the Tatas to support the state government in the setting up of a proposed knowledge centre and an Indian Institute of Information Technology.
Tata, who is serving as the Chairman, Member of Group Corporate Centre and Member of Group Executive Board of Tata Group, will be retiring in December 2012.
This paper illustrates this by examining the Group strengths of Tata Motors Limited which is a flagship company of the Tata Group, one of India's largest conglomerates.
The provision of sexually explicit and pornographic material on the website under the name TATAS is likely to cause bewilderment, if not astonishment, on the part of customers of the Complainant.
http://arbiter.wipo.int/domains/decisions/html/d2000-0479.html ADMINISTRATIVE PANEL DECISION Tata Sons Limited v.
In the unsavoury turn of events since the mighty $103-billion Tata Group ousted its celebrated CEO Cyrus Mistry in a boardroom coup at group holding company Tata Sons, Mistry has unwittingly emerged as that underdog, garnering public empathy at the expense of Tata Group's carefully crafted reputation over 148 years.