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Tabor, David (1913 - 2005)

English physicist who worked mainly in tribology, the study of friction and wear between solid surfaces. Tabor was born in London and studied there at

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Tagus River (Spain and Portugal)

( tā'gəs ), Span. Tajo, Port. Tejo, river, c.585 mi (940 km) long, rising in the mountains E of Madrid, E Spain, and draining the central part of the

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taiga

The world’s largest biome (18 million km 2 ). Forms an almost continuous belt across Alaska , N Canada , Scandinavia and

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Talbot, William Henry Fox (1800 - 1877)

English pioneer of photography. He invented the paper-based calotype process, patented in 1841, which was the first negative/positive method. Talbot

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tantalum

( tăn'tələm ) [from Tantalus ], metallic chemical element; symbol Ta; at. no. 73; at. wt. 180.94788; m.p. 2,996 degrees Celsius; b.p. 5,400±100

tapeworm

name for the parasitic flatworms forming the class Cestoda. All tapeworms spend the adult phase of their lives as parasites in the gut of a vertebrate

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tapir

( tā'pər ), nocturnal, herbivorous mammal, genus Tapirus, of the jungles of Central and South America and SE Asia. The tapir is somewhat piglike in

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Tardigrada

Abstract The Tardigrada comprise a phylum of about 800 described species of minute aquatic animals, showing clear affinities with the arthropods. Many

Tarim River (China)

( dārēm' ), Mandarin Dayan, chief river of Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, NW China, c.1,300 mi (2,090 km) long, formed by the union of the Aksu and

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Taro

As corn or maize, potatoes, and wheat are staples for people who live in the temperate regions of the world, so taro is a staple in the tropics