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Tanagra

a town in ancient Boeotia, famous for terracotta figurines of the same name, first discovered in its necropolis
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Rakotomalala, TANAGRA: A Free Software for Research and Academic Purposes, Lyon, France, 2005.
Correlation Review of Classification Algorithm Using Data Mining Tool: WEKA, Rapidminer, Tanagra, Orange and Knime, Science Direct, Procedia Computer Science, 85: 662-668.
Someday I will be a corpse and the reptiles will go on living, Tanagra dancer, seed, first stem, EYE OF LIFE.
Furthermore, our study showed that the age estimated for the brick tablet is in agreement with the ages of Tanagra terracottas samples in the Louvre collections, around 2300 [+ or -] 400 years (Zink & Porto 2005).
Corina de Tebas o de Tanagra, celebre tanto por su belleza como por su ingenio, era discipula de Mirtis, y con ella dio sus lecciones a Pindaro, despues de haberlo vencido cinco veces en las justas poeticas.
This Ramadan, Tanagra has selected a traditional yet extraordinary collection of art de vivre and lifestyle gifts specifically for the occasion.
<BThe Red Arrows perform exercises out of Tanagra Airbase in Greece.
Tanagra figurine, out of the country by slipping it into my luggage.
One of the famous sculptors of Art Deco was Pierre Le Faguays, born in Nantes, France and became famous for the originality he gave his dancers, many of which were inspired by the statues of Tanagra (a town north of Athens).
Die belangrikste opposisies is waarskynlik die van die oordaad van die populere kultuur teenoor omsigtigheid en 'n respek vir gehalte ("Die pornografie van oordaad" en "Korinna van Tanagra"); stilte teenoor beweging en reis ("Herfs"); verwoesting teenoor behoud ("Ou geboue"); egoisme en magsug teenoor innerlike leegheid ("Segetog I"); vervreemding teenoor outentisiteit ("Vervreemding"); natuur teenoor kultuur ("Leerskool"); verbeelding teenoor verstarring ("Die donker binne en die donker buite") asook sosiale maskers teenoor individuele vryheid, veral met betrekking tot die vrou se posisie in ons samelewing ("Identiteit").
As a result the whole found sampling of thirteen objects included two objects, fully complying with the request: Terracotta 'Tanagra' figure of a woman wearing a sunhat (3rd century BC) and Red-figure Pelike.