talea


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talea

(ˈtɑːliːə)
n
a rhythmic pattern in certain mediaeval choral compositions
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The efforts in Villa Talea de Castro have not been replicated in other areas, and many rural communities still lack access to cellular and internet service.
[13.] Broumi, S., Bakali, A., Talea, M., Smarandache, F.: Isolated Single Valued Neutrosophic Graphs.
[20] Hicham Toumi, Amal Talea, Bouchra Marzak, Ahmed Eddaoui, Mohamed Talea, Cooperative Trust Framework for Cloud Computing Based on Mobile Agents, International Journal of Communication Networks & Information Security, Vol.
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Also 'Using Technology to Deliver Quality Education' with Kasim Kasuri and Talea Zafar, moderated by Rabia Garib, followed by 'Poetry in Art, Art in Poetry' with Kiran Aman, Sonya Batla, Asif Noorani and Bina Sarkar, moderated by Faraz Maqsood Hamidi.
Also Using Technology to Deliver Quality Education with Kasim Kasuri and Talea Zafar, moderated by Rabia Garib, followed by Poetry in Art, Art in Poetry with Kiran Aman, Sonya Batla, Asif Noorani and Bina Sarkar, moderated by Faraz Maqsood Hamidi.
Muhammad Aslam Malik (1), Ali Hassan (2), Said Broumi (3), Assia Bakali (4), Mohamed Talea (5), Florentin Smarandache (6)
The Middle English word taillour came from Old French tailleur, from tallier, meaning "to cut." Tallier ultimately goes back to Latin talea, meaning "twig" or "cutting." Cobbler goes back to the Middle English word for a cobbler, cobelere, which probably also developed into the word cobble, first meaning "to mend or patch coarsely."
Byline: Rehana Rehman Talea Hoor Sana Habib and Ambreen Kamran