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tache

 [tahsh] (Fr.)
a spot or blemish.
tache blanche (“white spot”), a white spot on the liver in certain infectious diseases.
t's bleuâtres (“bluish spots”), maculae caeruleae.
tache cérébrale (“cerebral spot”), a congested streak produced by drawing the nail across the skin; a concomitant of various nervous or cerebral diseases.
tache motrice (“motor spot”), a motor nerve ending in which the nerve fibril passes to a muscle cell, where it ends in a slight enlargement.
tache noire (“black spot”), an ulcer covered with a black crust, a characteristic local reaction at the presumed site of the infective bite in certain tickborne rickettsioses.

tache

(tahsh),
A circumscribed discoloration of the skin or mucous membrane, such as a macule or freckle.
[Fr. spot]

tache

(tahsh)
A circumscribed discoloration of the skin or mucous membrane, such as a macule or freckle.
[Fr. spot]
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L'un des objectifs de cette recherche d'authenticite est de reduire les activites absurdes que l'on propose parfois aux apprenants pour augmenter leur motivation a realiser les taches proposees.
* acquerir les connaissances et les habiletes necessaires pour la resolution de la tache specifique au transfert, mais egalement developper des strategies de resolution de problemes dans des contextes multivaries;
Deleguer des taches, que ce soit au travail ou a la maison, est difficile pour de nombreux dirigeants.
Par exemple, un interviewe raconte comment ses parents partageaient de maniere assez traditionnelle les taches domestiques avant que sa mere parte en Angleterre.
Tache to stay away from board members and to have no contact with the association.
THEY can't grow moustaches but these women were determined not to miss out on "Movember" - by getting designer 'taches tattooed on their fingers.
In the pieces currently shown at Tache however, the drawings seem to have found their perfect illustrative complement: A4 sized support and a simple black frame.
Lestanc informed Tache that Scollen had spent the winter in Fort Macleod adding "le bon Dieu sait a quoi." Lestanc also reported that on the eve of his bishop's visit Scollen had abandoned his mission and left for Montana, and also that Scollen had presented a sight draft for $1,200 to the Montreal Oblates who refused to honour the obligation because proper procedure had not been followed.
I would encourage Nick to "Take a bow, son!" but I fear if he did attempt a bow his tache is so heavy he would not be able to get his head back up again.
"The sporting of a moustache is a bold statement in this day and age - but with our Tacheback initiative we want to encourage Brits to 'grow a tache and raise cash' for testicular and prostate cancers - which affects 36,000 men in the UK every year," McReynolds added.
The racy store, Le Tache, now sits in the heart of Alexandria's tourist district, just off the waterfront.