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Tanta

[tahn-tah] /ˈtɑn tɑ/
noun
1.
a city in N Egypt, in the Nile delta.
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  • He had seen no more of Jack and Tanta Sal since the evening.

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  • But it was only Tanta Sal, who looked at him, smiling the while.

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  • Suppose it was a trap, and Tanta had her husband and two or three men in waiting there.

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  • But Tanta gesticulated, pushed the guns away, and signed to Dyke to follow.

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  • Tanta Sal smiled contentedly when they rode off, a week later.

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  • There was that one at the Pension Suisse; you remember, Tanta?

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  • Diria o povo em geral: Bonana nos seja dada, Que a tormenta passada Foi Tanta e tam desigual.

  • Tanta vis admonitionis est in locis; ut non sine causa ex his memoriae deducta sit disciplina.'

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Tanta

/ˈtæntə/
noun
1.
a city in N Egypt, on the Nile delta: noted for its Muslim festivals. Pop: 413 000 (2005 est)
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