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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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The witch doctor of Tala would then perform her magic to set the culprits free'.
'We attribute our rapid success to our lean 200-person team in Manila that works with Tala's global team to deliver best-in-class localized experiences, and our amazing customers, who are the most engaged and loyal that we have seen in any market.
He said that since completing her training programme, Chef Tala had developed her own unique style of Bahrain fusion cuisine, appeared as a guest chef at a number of renowned restaurants in the region and, since taking over the reins of Fusions had 'significantly increased revenues' and 'enhanced the reputation' of the outlet and the hotel.
Tala said the win made her see life from a different perspective.
At the Tala Awards night, Ultherapy also welcomed its new ambassadors, prominent media personality Charo Santos-Concio and Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach
Franco, who sold his businesses and now manufactures cakes to supply to London shops, has come back up north to set up Coffee Tala and train the team.
Alab Tala class also has the highest number of female graduates since 1993.
At the 2017 World Travel Awards, MAaAaAeAe[micro]venpick Resort & Spa Tala Bay Aqa picked up the award for Jordan's Leading Resort.
Tala Bay is a unique leisure hub and is quickly emerging as a sought-after destination.
Swiss-Belhotel International has opened Grand Swiss-Belresort Tala Bay Aqaba, the group’s first five-star property in Jordan following the completion of the hotel’s rebranding.
"Every one of us contains a depth that could never be seen or reached by another person," reflects Manolo as he gazes into a night sky -- a vista that he once pulled fantasies from, and to where he fears his beloved wife, Tala, might wish to return.
The story about 20-year-old ballerina Tala Lee-Turton (Mirror, June 30) reminds me of a little girl in my class at Chapel End Secondary Modern School in Walthamstow, East London, back in the 1940s, whose only ambition was to be a ballet dancer.