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tallut, tallet, tallot

(Brit.) A loft or attic.
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The lack of capacity at the Tallet al-Khayat station means that even smaller studios are often used to broadcast three or more programs.
Indigo shares the vision of the IWCA, and it's gratifying to be able to do something concrete through our purchase of Finca Estate coffee to help further that vision," said Tallet.
One of the precursors of Negrismo on the island, Zacarias Tallet used rumba and onomatopoeia to make Negrismo poetry fashionable.
By Muna Mufti, Special to The Star Tallet Al-Rammleh (sand hill) is a rural village with a population of around 1,000.
Wilson Renwick restrained the 11-2 chance in the early stages of the two-mile novices' handicap as The Tallet set a decent pace considering the rain-softened ground.
New French teenage signing Anthony Le Tallet opened the scoring on the half-hour with his first Liverpool goal and Heskey added a second seven minutes later.
Alan Tallet, 47, claims he was dragged into a spiral of debt by the smooth-talking villain.
The first floor of this useful space is currently used as an office, reached by the exterior tallet steps and a considerable 25ft by 12ft plus with two telephone lines including ISDN.
Our faces just said it all, Wonderful," said captain Rachel Tallet.
SANA reporter said that the Air Force and Artillery of the Syrian army carried out on Thursday intensive strikes on ISIS terrorists' gatherings and movements in the surroundings of al-Banorama area , the airport, Wadi al-Thurdeh, the graveyards, Huweijet Sakr, al-Mrei'iyeh, Tallet Alloush and al-Bugheiliyeh village in the western countryside of Deir Ezzor, killing or injuring many of the terrorists, destroying fortified points, artillery emplacements for them and an car equipped with a machinegun.
Atieh appeared in videos while planting Hezbollah's flag on Tallet Moussa, the highest hill in Qalamoun.
12:30 Grand Mufti Sheikh Mohammad Rashid Qabbani receives Secretary General of the Islamic-Christian Dialogue Committee, Hareth Chehab, at his residence in Tallet el-Khayat.