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Tati

/ tati /

noun

  1. TatiJacques19081982MFrenchFILMS AND TV: directorTHEATRE: pantomimistTHEATRE: comic actor Jacques (ʒak), real name Jacques Tatischeff. 1908–82, French film director, pantomimist, and comic actor, creator of the character Monsieur Hulot


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He had been dead three days, and his friends were awaiting Tati to pay the last honours to the deceased.

Rmulus, foedere21 cum Tati ct, et Sabns in urbem recpit7 et rgnum1 cum Tati socivit.

Tati Salmon, hereditary high chief of the Tevas, the note is solely written: a small attention from a clansman to his chief.

Gold mines are worked in the Tati district, the first discoveries having been made there in 1864.

In December he trekked south to the Tati, where he shot his first lion.

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