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TALE, comm. law. A denomination of money in China. In the computation of the ad valorem duty on goods, &c. it is computed at one dollar and forty-eight cents. Act of March 2, 1799, s. 61, 1 Sto. L. U. S. 626. Vide Foreign Coins.

TALE, Eng. law. The declaration or count was anciently so called in law pleadings. 3 Bl. Com. 293.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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In the next step, before starting the grinding of the cusp a putty index was made and cut sagittally at the maximum height of Talon's cusp for both lateral incisors.
Eagle claws on the Krapina ornament came in contact with each other when the jewelry was worn, creating more polished patches on talons' sides.
The TALON was fired from a LAU-68 launcher fitted to L-3's Advanced Remote Weapon Station, using the company's OoNoE 360(TM) situational awareness imaging system, and Sonoma 1205MD(TM) turret for laser designation.
Prevalence of talon cusp has been found to be less than 1% of population.
The supernumerary tooth resembled maxillary central incisor with a mature root and pronounced mamellons and a talon cusp on the palatal surface.
The final flight and retirement of the Talons are large steps in the wing's ongoing transition to the new aviation foreign internal defense mission for Air Force Special Operations Command.
This is not to say that Talons are without their moments.
The Talon also has lights to enhance night maneuvers and is quite rugged, he added.
The Talon has attracted the attention of several potential users looking to supplement sensor payloads with lethal weapons.