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Tati

(tä`tē), region, c.2,070 sq mi (5,360 sq km), NE Botswana. Nickel, copper, and manganese are mined in the region. Tati was a source of gold for centuries; mining ceased there in the early 1960s.

Tati

Jacques , real name Jacques Tatischeff. 1908--82, French film director, pantomimist, and comic actor, creator of the character Monsieur Hulot
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Increased expression of tumor-associated trypsin inhibitor, TATI, in prostate cancer and in androgen-independent 22Rv1 cells.
In 2013, Tati Nickel produced 8,100 mt of nickel in concentrate.
In it, Tati introduced several elements that are common throughout his work, including his immaculately choreographed slapstick and his distinctive use of sound and dialogue.
As a films director Tati explores the impact of modern architecture to citizens' everyday life by building special urban settings, which shape individual bodily experience and initiate inter-subjective situations.
Hay que ver mas el cine de Tati, estudiar a fondo el humor de El discreto encanto de la burguesia, o la relacion entre el cine y el circo.
From the glass of that office tower, Tati cuts to a shot of glass separating us from two nuns, walking down a hall, their cornettes bouncing slightly, like the wings of a plane--we are in an airport, but it is unclear if we have just seen these aeronuns (4) through glass or in the reflection of glass.
According to TATI, the flexible licensing model and browser-based administration, report design, and report viewing were the most outstanding features.
The Tati brand was created in 1948 in Paris by Jules Ouaki.
BEIRUT: Jacques Tati (1907-1982) occupies an unusual place in the hearts and minds of cinema-lovers, within his native France and without.
Tati was excited - for the first time - to hear her baby sister's voice.
Pathology evidence suggested that injury to her neck could have been caused by a punch, kick or forearm block, suggesting that manslaughter was Tati Rodgers a legitimate verdict.
Keep your left up, directed by Rene Clement and starring the young Tati as a wannabe boxer, is minor but immensely funny.