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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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The Fastest Growth of Tara Group lies in its top quality which is the top priority of its each and every section.
Tara now qualifies for membership in Mensa, also known as the High IQ society, and says she looks forward to meeting other members of Mensa at some of the organization's gatherings.
'Despite my expose on the massive corruption inside the Bureau of Customs, much to my dismay, I was informed just recently that the Tara System has not been, by any chance, suppressed.
Tara said he had been two different people: "On stage he was funny and a great comedian but off stage he was selfish and violent.
At Harvard University, Tara served as senior software licensing negotiator where she negotiated the terms and conditions of enterprise-wide software contracts.
"We also believe a grey-coloured MG vehicle conveyed Tara to Belfast City Hospital, therefore we are also appealing to anyone who witnessed this vehicle to contact police.
"Dwi wedi gwirioni'n llwyr hefo Tara, mae hi'n fentor gwych ac mor ddoniol hefyd," meddai Manw Lili Robin, 14 oed o Rostryfan, Gwynedd.
| Pictured, June Bush of Thorpe Acre Residents Association (TARA) presents a special thank you certificate to Carl Alexander Gee of Geenious Hair Designs, Loughborough.
"With DNA sequencing, the Tara Pacific expedition has made it possible to discover the microbiotic diversity of coral ecosystems giving us an indication of their health in order to prevent bleaching.
"Springtime at Tara is wonderful," says Mark Bowen, marketing director for Tara Wildlife.
At the reunion, Tara wore a black sequined mini dress that tightly hugged her body.