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Tait

(tāt),
Robert L., English gynecologist, 1845-1899. See: Tait law.
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Tait is certain to benefit from having club colleague Noon alongside him, if that is the midfield partnership Robinson chooses.
Tait figured LRAPA wasn't really going to make him pay the big fine.
But the Blues are confident they have a strong case and that Tait will lose any legal battle.
Tait, famous for last-ditch, diving tackles, was left for dead by Offiah - who rounded him to score one of the greatest tries in the history of the Challenge Cup.
A PTC customer for 15 years, Tait Electronics implemented several key components of the PTC PDS beginning with Pro/ENGINEER, PTC's integrated CAD/CAM/CAE software, largely due to its ability to support concurrent engineering.
Viren Bavishi and Samir Parekh, Directors of TAIT, who oversaw the Food & Beverage arrangements, along with Pravin Dhoka and Girish Rathod, left no stone unturned to ensure that the lavish spread not only provided guests with a wide variety of cuisine options, but also left everlasting gastronomical memories to savour.
Tait got out, asked if the biker was hurt then walked off, claiming he would have to get help as stricken Ewan begged him to stay.
Police believe Tait is currently in the West End of Newcastle and that he is being assisted by associates.
Tait was named in social media as the Australian cricketer found with thousands of dollars in bundles of cash in a hotel room after Indian cricket authorities suspended three players - including Test paceman S.
MATHEW TAIT, England's forgotten star, makes his European debut for Leicester against Treviso today.
Devastated Sharon Tait told how "no punishment is worse than the one I suffer every day" after the accident which claimed the life of mum Mavis Jamison.
Tait claimed 2-59 and 3-48 in the final two games of that 6-1 series success.