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TARE, weights. An allowance in the purchase and sale of merchandise, for the weight of the box, bag, or cask, or other thing, in which the goods are packed. It is also an allowance made for tiny defect, waste, or diminution in the weight, quality or quantity of goods. It differs from tret. (q.v.)

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In several chapters, readers will notice TAREs text has explanations that are more in-depth and complete than found in this handbook.
Although the biological activity of TARES has been proved, we still lack some basic knowledge of TARES, including its pharmacokinetics, tissue distribution and excretion in vivo in experimental animal.
Tares, short for "tarif electronique Suisse" is a Customs Office portal that quotes import and export tariffs to commercial and consumer users.
Colacci's voice also tares on a tender tone as Taylor recalls his love for Kirra.
Contract notice: Support to the municipal offices in the verification of the concession fees and lease buildings and land belonging to the municipal assets, the annual lease payments and enfiteutica nature of compensation for damages, of local taxes ici imu tasi tia tares tari.
To quote from the review of the audio-book in KLIATT, January 2004: Hoffman's 16th novel tares us to New England and the Sparrow family, founded by a strange child who wandered out of the woods one day in 1682.
Contract notice: Igc: 6441905c2a tender procedure for the award of the management of services consisting in the support activities for collecting spontaneous and that the tax assessment ~ici, imu, tasi, tarsu, tares, tari, icp, dpa, tosap, lighting votive proceeds of the stands of the daily market or any tribute should be introduced to replace those currently in force on the basis of future regulations "and the compulsory collection of infrastructure costs .
As in Little House on the Prairie, the many details here of what it tares to survive in a harsh land and climate make homesteading and history come alive.