tath


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tath

(tæθ)
n
(Agriculture) the dung of grazing animals, used as manure to fertilize land
vb (tr)
(Agriculture) to allow or make grazing animals defecate on (land) so as to fertilize it
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For a recent discussion of the legal and judicial commentary on the case, see Sean Tath O'Donnell, Courting Science, Binding Truth: A Social History of Frye v.
France; the memoir of Huot Tath, a leading reformist monk who visited
The eponymous creature "bakes a tath," attempts a "jig bump," wears a "howboy cat," and so on.
Although countless trails seem to extend into the barren lands, the elders say that the Denesoline traditionally followed four main routes: Tath a Deze, Des Delgahi Deze, Des Tsel Che Deze, and Desnethche (Parlee et al.
am felling some better [;] tath [that] salt-water has done me some good.
The two xylophones - one with wooden keys, the other with bamboo - are set out for the ritual by Sam-Ang Sam and visiting master Tath Sum.
Lan can' is conte wrioung ansoco wort iitlong agewbog th pursoa, wo attem w th dhe pebs th inweiccting etcT, alce dy se haor h would een erricitne xpcripects on tath sides, wod thiik thy qudliuyoof tho srke ade in felond docbt: s ghtvtoere