noun, plural ta·li [tey-lahy] /ˈteɪ laɪ/. Anatomy.
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noun, plural ta·lus·es.
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Example sentences from the Web for tali
Tali Yahalom on the battle over the iconic series moms love and tweens have never heard of.
Clark Merrefield and Tali Yahalom researched and reported this ranking.
Clark Merrefield oversaw this ranking, with assistance from Tali Yahalom.
Tali Yahalom has written for New York, the Atlantic, The Financial Times and USA Today.
Clark Merrefield led the research for these rankings, assisted by Tali Yahalom and Jaimie Etkin.
Inest autem in tali liberalitate cupiditas plerumque rapiendi et auferendi per iniuriam, ut ad largiendum suppetant copiae.De Officiis|Marcus Tullius Cicero
A broad flagged road brought us to the important market town of Hsiakwan, which guards the southern pass to the Valley of Tali.
I went to two opium-poisoning cases in Tali, both being cases of attempted suicide.
Four tali were used at a time and they, like the tesserae, were generally thrown from a box, fritillus.Cato Maior de Senectute|Marcus Tullius Cicero
The Samoan sent down his daughter Tali, in the shape of a snipe, to survey the world below.The Natural History of the Varieties of Man|Robert Gordon Latham