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ta·lar

(tā'lăr),
Relating to the talus.

talar

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

ta·lar

(tā'lăr)
Relating to the talus.

talar

(tā′lăr) [L. talaris, of the ankle]
Pert. to the talus, the ankle.
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Tala, as the use of firearms made the protesters further resolved upon
The fusion that Tala developed caught the Cameroonian public's imagination, and following an extensive tour of Cameroon and neighbouring countries, Tala travelled to France in 1972.
Keenes Day and Ajaan quickly faded out of contention and it was left to Wells Lyrical (15-2) to take second place, threequarters of a length behind Som Tala.
Despite the high-profile non-runners, Som Tala nonetheless emerged a highlyaccomplished scorer.
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The Tala project, along with two other completed plants, are producing more than 1,100 megawatts and India and Bhutan hope to be harnessing up to 5,000 MW by 2020, Menon said.
Som Tala and Tilt were set to dominate the finish when drawing clear in the final two furlongs, only for the six-year-old to come from the clouds in the marathon contest and spring a 33-1 shock.
Som Tala and Tilt had looked set to dominate the finish when drawing clear in the final two furlongs, only for Bulwark to storm through on the outside and spring a 33-1 shock.
Som Tala and Tilt were set to dominate the finish when drawing clear in the final two furlongs, only for the William strained six-year-old to come from the clouds and spring a real shock.
Artistic director Peter Martins' new ballet Tala Gaisma, meaning "Distant Light" in Latvian and taken from the title of Peteris Vasks' score, was created for Jock Soto, Darci Kistler, Sofiane Sylve, and Miranda Weese.
4) had critical support from TALA, the Texas Medical Association, and other healthcare groups.