tache noire

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tache noire

[täsh ′nwär]
(medicine)
The primary painless lesion of the tick-borne typhus fevers of Africa, manifested by a raised red area with a typical black necrotic center which appears at the site of the tick bite.
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Sometimes, moreover, he made personal application to individuals, holding out his small black palm, and otherwise plainly signifying his excessive desire for whatever filthy lucre might happen to be in anybody's pocket.
The seized wild animals, with an estimated market value of P50 million, are composed of 106 sulfur-crested cockatoos, 26 Moluccan cockatoos, 23 black palm cockatoo, 17 black-capped lories, 16 rainbow lories, seven red bird of paradise, three large fig parrot, two wallaby, 110 sugar glider and three emu.
Ariel Rica, DENR regional chief law enforcement officer, told Manila Bulletin Black Palm Cockatoo from Malaysia and Indonesia and other talking birds such as mynas, macaw, and parakeets, and snakes are among the endangered animals that are smuggled in and sold in the city's markets.
This summer, on trend, the Innovations Design Studio has given their classic woodgrain Hudson an update with four new, warm, pearlized greys: Silver Birch, Poplar, Black Palm and Kingwood.
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After long cajoling and peaceful negotiations, he stretched his black palm and handed to me the camera, but gave a stern warning not to photograph again.
The apparent single-mindedness of the monochromes played off the slutty, spindly black palm trees as they wave dolorously against radioactive Hotel California sunsets.
To facilitate things, the Black Palm (Lebbos), France and England's ally, convinces Salma (an innocent orphan girl whose parents died in the war to liberate Jerusalem) to take revenge by assassinating Saladin.