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tare

 [tār]
1. the weight of the vessel in which a substance is weighed.
2. to weigh a vessel which is to contain a substance in order to allow for it when the vessel and substance are weighed together.

tare

(tār)
The weight of an empty container. That weight is subtracted from the total weight of the vessel and substance added to it in order to determine the precise weight of the material added to the container.
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Each chapter in TARE has subheadings for the major topics covered; these topics are basically the same in the Student Handbook.
Many customers frequent the shop, said Shinohara, 32, where they can find 600 kinds of Tare Panda goods, including ornamental plants, kitchen knives, ash trays, T-shirts, car accessories and computer-related goods, as well as standard stuffed animals and stationery.
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During his brief tenure in Congress, Tare made his way into the good graces of Speaker Gingrich, who named him to an advisory panel for the 1994 transition team.
Off-spinner Narine was introduced in the fifth over and Tare swept his second delivery over square leg for a six.
And if you can get past the completely avant-pretentious misstep of the blippy, clicky "Snowflake," you'll enjoy hearing bossa nova get a flattering Aluminum brushing with "Colored Town." "Little Boy" and "Wheat and Tare" are both lullaby-loverly.
ALBANIA hot-shot Igli Tare last night blasted Ireland for unsportsmanlike behaviour and claimed that God would judge them for their actions.
Model 204 features selectable weight units, along with gross, tare, and net functions that allow for many different types of applications.
Features include excellent default readability (0.2g) and a database that allows long-term storage of part numbers with associated average piece weight, description, lot number, tare weight, total count and setpoints.
The chemical, PDO, also known as 1,3 propanediol, was produced by DuPont and Tare & Lyle scientists at a pilot plant located at Tate & Lyle's Decatur, IL facility.
The counting scale features excellent readability (0.5 and 1 g), and a database that allows long-term storage of part numbers with their associated average piece weight, lot number, tare weight, total count, and setpoints.
There have been earlier shows devoted to this corner of his maverick output (some pieces were tellingly present in the Tare Gallery's "Picasso: Sculptor/Painter" in 1994), but the Royal Academy's "Picasso: Painter and Sculptor in Clay" is the most carefully selected and comprehensive to date; it boasts, as well, an excellent catalogue.