tete


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tete

(tɛt)
n
(Hairdressing & Grooming) an elaborate women's hairstyle
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I like exceedingly to be tete-a- tete when I am with a friend." Baisemeaux bowed respectfully.
Osgood that prevents any solos in her mansion, unless it be on a harp or flute, or any possibility of a tete-a- tete."
There were very few there who knew what "tete" meant, but the poem was very satisfactory, nevertheless.
Fondation Jeunes en Tete offers a program called Partners for Life, which teaches good mental health practices to grade 7 and 8 students across Quebec.
Luis Batista Salas, the chairman of the WBO Championship Committee, has furnished a letter to the promoters of the two fighters: Queensberry Promotions (Tete) and MP Promotions (Casimero).
The speculation is Tete withdrew after watching Donaire in a public workout in Lafayette last Monday.
According to a report from Boxing Scene, Tete (28-3) suffered tendonitis on his right shoulder just days before the fight and he found it to be troublesome enough to pull out from the fight that would've unified his WBO belt with Donaire's WBA World bantamweight title.
Tete said Bastion recently acquired 1.28 acres of land for phase three of the project, which is devoted to health and wellness space.
Tete defended his world crown in Belfast after ending the fight with one punch.
Despite the devastating defeat he inflicted upon Butler at the ECHO Arena, the pair have since struck up a friendship, and with it Tete's attachment to Liverpool has spawned.