tallot

tallut, tallet, tallot

(Brit.) A loft or attic.
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Chloe Tallot: "Forcement on pense au rouge" Jerome Clement (Loft 1, passage de l'Atlas, 5 villa Marcel Lods, 75009 Paris)
It is clear that aerobic fitness in middle-aged adults correlates negatively with risk factors for high blood pressure and coronary artery disease (LaCroix et al., 1993; Slatter, 1988; Twisk et al., 2000), and it contributes to prevention of lifestyle diseases and reduced mortality if maintained at a high level (Blair et al., 1984; 1989; Tallot et al., 2002).
The most popular `both' core words are OLLA and (necessarily) ALLO ALLO and OLLA: FALL OF, HALLOH, HOLLAH, ROLLAR, SOLLAS, TALLOT, WALLOW, YALLOY.
The following persons participated in the design or implementation of this version of the system: Gustavo Arango, Francois Bancilhon, Christian Bernardi, Pascale Biriotti, Patrick Borras, Philippe Bridon, Sophie Cluet, Vineeta Darnis, David DeWitt, Edouard Duvillier, Guy Ferran, Philippe Futtersack, Sophie Gamerman, Constance Grosselin, Gilbert Harrus, Laurence Haux, Mark James, Catherine Lanquette, Didier Leveque, Joelle Madec, David Maier, Shaun Marsh, Didier Plateau, Bruno Poyet, Michel Raoux, Didier Tallot, and Fernando Velez.