TASSA


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TASSATurkish American Scientists and Scholars Association (Washington, DC)
TASSATechnical Analysts' Society of Southern Africa (est. 1994)
TASSATactical Assessment of Survivable Stand-Off Alternatives
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The tassa in fact refers to a small ensemble of one or two medium-sized kettledrums, traditionally made from a clay shell (now lightweight metal) with a goatskin head (now a synthetic material).
Tassa drumming, as he convincingly shows through his analysis, constitutes a prime example of one such neotraditional music practice that has flourished in bringing together and streamlining other related Bhojpuri traditions in the diaspora, rather than as a result of direct input from India.
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Coalition member Abdullah Tassa also says there is uneven aid distribution between refugees in the north and those in the Bekaa.
They were created in the early 1900s by Lord Wavertree's Japanese gardener Tassa Eida and his son Minoru.
Tassa is the director of the upcoming university production of Macbeth set in ancient Arabia.
El comienzo de la mancha en la extremidad de la hoja, tambien es mencionado por Tassa y Duarte (2002).
Labour is saying goodbye to Margaret Byrne (Shard End), Zoe Hopkins (Kingstanding) and Barbara Tassa (Stockland Green).
IraqAEnAEroll, an original performance, attracted a big audience, blending together Iraqi classical music performed by Yair Dallal, international music master, and modern rock music by Dudu Tassa.
L'abolizione della tassa sui velocipedi", La Stampa, Turin, 4 de diciembre, 1938.
His music was the soundtrack of my childhood," said Tassa Hampton, 32, as she knelt to light a white votive candle amid a growing pile of flowers and posters.
Nella citta dei Gonzaga svolse un'attivita teatrale allestendo a proprie spese (era la tassa che gli permetteva di vivere nel ducato mantovano) spettacoli teatrali e feste, componendo copioni di commedie, affiancando a tale produzione una riflessione teorica sull'arte scenica, e varie traduzioni di testi sacri in italiano.