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  1. Teca a.k.a. Teča is a fictional character from the 1982 film She Grazed Horses on Concrete.
  2. Teca is a fictional film character.
  3. Teca is a fictional character from the 1993 film Say Why Have You Left Me.
  4. Teca is a fictional character from the 2007 drama film O Signo da Cidade.

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Google previewMexican Linguistics Including an Introduction by H.W. Magoun (1913)

by Thomas S. Denison

The Mexican word teca means work, occupation, an office, tribute. Hence a tlaxcal-teca-tl may be one who keeps bread or who has charge of bread. A tlaltecatl is a superintendent of granaries or doubtless a tithing man. Catl has at times the ...

Google previewThe Pillars of Hercules; or, A narrative of travels in Spain and Morocco in 1848 (1850)

by David Urquhart

Man- teca means also fat, so that it could not have been with them primitive : they do not use it now, save as an imported habit. In the Basque provinces it is indigenous, as among the trbeis of the Zahara, and for the dairy, in all its branches, ...

Google previewDenim (2015)

Manufacture, Finishing and Applications by Roshan Paul

The TECA is a machine for creating authentic 3D ...

Google previewBioremediation of Aquatic and Terrestrial Ecosystems (2016)

by Milton Fingerman

TecA is a tetrachlorobenzene dioxygenase from Ralsonla sp. PS12, which can react with many chlorinated benzenes and toluene .

Google previewBarcelona from A to Z (2017)

by Barrie Kerper

The neighboring La Teca is a perfect complement to the wines, with its huge selection of artisanal cheeses (more than 350), hams, ...

Google previewMexican Linguistics Including (1913)

Nauatl Or Mexican in Aryan Phonology; The Primitive Aryans of America; A Mexican-Aryan Comparative Vocabulary; Morphology and the Mexican Verb; And, The Mexican Aryan Sibilants by Thomas Stewart Denison, Herbert William Magoun

The Mexican word teca means work, occupation, an oflice, tribute. Hence a tlaxcal-teca-tl may be one who keeps bread or who has charge of bread. A tlaltecatl is a superintendent of granaries or doubtless a tithing man. Catl has at times the ...

Google previewA Source Book in Medieval Science (1974)

by Edward Grant

0, is called teca,7 circle (circulus) , cipher (cyfra),* or "the figure of nothing" (figura nichilis) , since it signifies nothing. It holds a place and signifies for others, for without a cipher or ciphers, a pure article can not be formulated.

Google previewAn Analytical Dictionary of Nahuatl (1983)

by Frances E. Karttunen

TECA vrefl.vt to stretch oneself out, ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Archaeology (2008)

by Ian Shaw, Robert Jameson

CempoalaCempoala ChalcatzingoChalcatzingo Tenochtitlán Tenochtitlán TarascansTarascans TlatilcoTlatilco OxtotitlánOxtotitlán MitlaMitla San José San José MogoteMogote M ix teca M ix teca MontéMonté AlbánAlbán SanSan Lorenzo ...

Google previewMellinkoff's Dictionary of American Legal Usage (2009)

by David Mellinkoff

Temporary Emergency Court of Appeals: a special United States court ( abbreviated TECA) created in 1971 with exclusive jurisdiction over appeals from the district courts in connection with price and other economic controls initiated during the ...

Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms. Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

Portuguese teca, Malayalam and Tamil tekka or theku, tekku for Tectona grandis L.f. Species/Vernacular Names: T. grandis L.f. English: teak tree, teak, Indian oak, common teakwood, common teak Mexico: teca, teka Southeast Asia: saigun, ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)

desert, comprised between Fezzan teca, S. Antic, is 50 caravan journeys across, S. or from 750 to 800 G. miles; and extent in length : This division con- scanty portion of islands (or oases), and those also of snail extent ; but the eastern division ...

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