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ta·lar

(tā'lăr),
Relating to the talus.
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talar

(tā′lər)
adj. Anatomy
Of or relating to the talus or the ankle.
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ta·lar

(tā'lăr)
Relating to the talus.
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talar

(tā′lăr) [L. talaris, of the ankle]
Pert. to the talus, the ankle.
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Class U2 - 1 Eve Masterson (Kenilwood Purple Emperor); 2 Bryony McKinnon (Sparky); 3 Ashleigh Bennie (Melvale Talara).
The Talara Tar Seeps (TTS) is an asphaltic paleontological locality that consists of a series of fossil-bearing deposits, late Pleistocene in age between 13616 [+ or -] 600 and 14418 [+ or -] 500 radiocarbon years before present (Churcher 1966), where numerous fossil skeletons of megafauna and other animals have been found (Seymour 2015, Lindsey & Seymour 2015).
En El hombre de Talara de Echeverri Mejia (1991) (1) aparece una sola vez la siguiente frase proferida por el protagonista: "a los gringos de la Wellbor [...] les dio por decir que su cochino aceite sirve para remedio" (p.
Karoon also said the Tumbes Basin had a proven working petroleum system and that evidence suggests the prospects in Block Z-38 are accessing the same source rocks as the giant onshore Talara Basin fields in Peru.
Maria Teresita Gaspan, spokesperson of Davao City Police Office (DCPO), identified the suspect as Cristobal Talara, married, jobless, and a resident of the barangay.
Esta ocupacion no es homogenea, sino se concentra en grandes centros urbanos de la costa central y norte, como Lima, Callao, Pisco, Chimbote, Trujillo, Paita o Talara, ademas de caletas de pescadores y balnearios.
Block Z-34 is located in deep water adjacent to the Talara Basin offshore North West Peru and covers an area totaling of approximately 3,710 square kilometers.