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tanna

(ˈtɑːnə)
n
(Judaism) Judaism one of the Jewish sages whose views were recorded in the Mishnah in the first and second centuries ad
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Remarks.--The genus Tanna Berland 1938 was proposed as a monotypic genus of Araneae in the Salticidae for the species Tanna ornatipes Berland 1938 from the New Hebrides (Berland 1938:141).
Solihull fought back hard, though, and Kings Heath had lost eight men (Solihull's overseas recruit, Tanna Rock, taking five for 42) by the time they crept to their target in the 32nd over.
GEMARA: Now that the Tanna [1] has finished (Tractate) Nazir, what is his reason for continuing with (Tractate) Sotah?
Tanna, one of the most traditional islands in the archipelago, and reputedly home to the most powerful kava in Vanuatu, is the obvious choice.
Tanna Moore is named vice president of marketing for Rooster.com, Bloomington, Minn.
The location is an obscure apostrophe of rock called Tanna, part of Vanuatu, an island nation in the South Pacific that lies between Fiji and New Caledonia.
Lindstrom's field work on Tanna Island in Vanuatu suggests that kava also has political significance.
On the new manufacturing facility, Pharmax CEO Madhukar Tanna said: "We are proud to be part of DSP's vibrant business community, and are confident that now is the perfect time to launch Pharmax in the region.
"With any local production of medicines, the UAE gets to save money, by 30-40 per cent compared with imported drugs," said Madhukar Tanna, CEO of Pharmax, which is a 50:50 joint venture between IDS (Al Ittihad Drug Store) and two Moroccan pharmaceutical manufacturing companies -- Cooper Pharma and Bottu Pharmaceuticals.
Sanjay Ravindra and Jeel Tanna were no less impressive, taking three wickets each.
Summary: New Delhi (Delhi) [India], Oct 26 (News Voir): Celebrities Karishma Tanna and Bharti Singh indulged in a banter over who has better shopping tastes in a video posted on UC Browser and UC News.
Prizes were given away by Neeru Toprani, Rajendra Ved and Nilofer Tanna and Sushil Jani.