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Tesa a.k.a. Tésa is a village in Pest county, Hungary.

  • also known as 泰绍
  • part of Hungary


Tesa is a musical group.


Tesa is a Swiss manufacturer of precision hand tools. It is a part of the Hexagon Metrology Group.


"Tesa" is a musical EP of Tesa.

  • released on (9 years ago)


  1. tesA is a gene.
  2. tesA is a genomic locus.

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Google previewThe national encyclopædia. Libr. ed (1879)

by National cyclopaedia

Tesa is a considerable manufacturing and commercial {own.

Google previewAlong the Hudson and Mohawk (2012)

The 1790 Journey of Count Paolo Andreani

The tesa is an old measure based upon the average opening of both arms of an adult person. The Parisian tesa had a universally accepted value of 1.94 meters. Elsewhere in the journal PA also uses British measures. 8. John Burgoyne ...

Google previewClinical Care Pathways in Andrology (2013)

by John P. Mulhall, Peter J. Stahl, Doron S. Stember

TESA is a quick, safe, and effective procedure that can be performed in the office under spermatic cord block local anesthesia. Techniques vary based on the size of the needle used, with procedures utilizing 21–23 gauge needles generally ...

Google previewE-collaborations and Virtual Organizations (2005)

by Michelle W. L. Fong

TESA is a network of private companies working for enhancing the competitiveness of the members, where RKK is a network ofpublic schools working as a virtual vocational Copyright © 2004, Idea Group Inc. Copying or distributing in print or ...

Google previewOvercoming Infertility (2010)

A Woman's Guide to Getting Pregnant by Gerard M. Honoré, Jay Nemiro

The major advantage of a biopsy over TESA is that more sperm can be obtained, which is especially helpful for men with very low sperm counts. This procedure is also useful in determining ...

Google previewGaining on the Gap (2011)

Changing Hearts, Minds, and Practice by Palma Strand, Robert G. Smith, Tim Cotman, Cheryl Robinson, Martha Swaim, Alvin Crawley

TESA is a program that modifies teacher expectations by modifying teacher behavior. It prescribes specific teacher behaviors— such as addressing challenging questions to and ensuring equal wait times for all studentsZ—that have been ...

Google previewCurrent Management of Male Infertility, An Issue of Urologic, (2014)

by Craig S Niederberger

TESA is a relatively straightforward technique, whereby an 18- to 21-gauge needle connected to steady negative pressure is used to perform several testicular punctures to retrieve sperm. The procedure can be performed under local ...

Google previewMale Infertility from A to Z: A Concise Encyclopedia (1996)

by J.A. Carver-Wa, J.M.G. Hollanders

congenital absent present present artificial spermatocele; MESA, TESA infection absent present present Vasoepidymostrauna absent present present tomy, artificial spermatocele, MESA, TESA post-vasectomy absent present present MESA, ...

Google previewA-Z Encyclopedia on Male and Female Infertility

Tesa). Men with non-obstructive azoospermia (NOA) caused by partial germinal failure can be treated by extracting sperm from certain lobules containing normal seminiferous tubules. It has been known that for sperm to reach the ejaculate ...

Google previewWald- Forst- und Jägerey-Lexicon, etc. Von. F. C. V. G. (1764)

by F. C. V. G.

Die Figur der Tesa soll zwar rund seyn, doch liegt so viel nicht daran, ob sie gleich ockigt , und längliche don 5o. oder 7o. Schritten in dem Durchmesser. Zu dieser Art des Vogel-Stellens bedarf man weder Netze, noch RührVögel/ oder Heerd ...

Google previewConcise Medical Dictionary (2015)

by Elizabeth Martin

TESA. (testicular sperm aspiration) a technique used in the treatment of male infertility in which spermatozoa are removed by an incision into and aspiration from the testis. The sperm are then used to fertilize egg cells in vitro (see ICSI).

Google previewA Dictionary of English and Romance Languages Equivalent Proverbs

by Teodor Flonta

La corda troppo tesa si rompe. La corda, aforza di tirarla, si rompe. Corda che troppo è tesa, spezza se stessa e l'arco. S. Arco siempre armado, o flojo o quebrado.

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Scrabble value of T1E1S1A1

The value of this 4-letter word is 4 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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