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Tsa·na

 (tsä′nə, -nä), Lake
See Lake Tana.
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Tsana

(ˈtsɑːnə)
n
(Placename) Lake Tsana another name for (Lake) Tana
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Tsa•na

(ˈtsɑ nɑ, -nə)

n.
Lake, Tana, Lake.
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One story, We Are Here Because We Are Here, is about the war between the Tsana and the Indian Ocean, culminating in floods like the El Nino of 1997.
The story is enriched with symbolism and the flood season is characterised as wartime between the Tsana (Tana River) and the Indian Ocean.
In this work, under the action of Fe[Cl.sub.3] as the oxidant and sodium p-toluene sulfonate (TSANa) as the swelling agent, pyrrole (py) monomer was polymerized between the molecular layers of nano-organic modified montmorillonite (OMMT) by an in situ method.
Petar Rousseff and Dilma Jane Silva settled in Belo Horizonte and had three children: Igor, Dilma Vana and Zana Lucia (Zana was transformed from the Bulgarian name "Tsana") who died in 1977 at the age of 26.
Tsana Chinhara, pictured on the left, and Catherine McQuillan, right, are currently studying accountancy and finance and advertising management respectively.
The British-inspired Anglo-Italian agreement of December 1925, designed to secure for Britain a major economic concession at Lake Tsana, set in motion a chain of events that culminated with Mussolini's regime reviewing that country as a legitimate target for Italian colonialism.
In this study, under the interaction with Fe[Cl.sub.3] as the oxidant and Sodium p-toluenesulfonate (TSANa) as the swelling agents, pyrrole (py) was polymerized between molecular layers of MMT.