Definition of Taubes

1. taube [n] - See also: taube



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Taubes

tatusiid
tatyanaite
tau
tau-minus particle
tau-plus particle
tau-protein kinase
tau-tubulin kinase
tau coefficient of correlation
tau cross
tau lepton
tau leptons
tau neutrino
tau neutrinos
tau proteins
taube
taubes (current term)
taught
taught away
taughten
taughtened
taughtening
taughtens
tauhou
tauld
taunt
taunted
taunter
taunters
taunting
tauntingly

Literary usage of Taubes

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1. The Track of the War by Robert Scotland Liddell (1915)
"CHAPTER VIII taubes IN the case of taubes—and the name, meaning " Doves," is ... I do not refer, of course, to bomb-dropping, although the taubes did their ..."

2. Six Months on the Italian Front: From the Stelvio to the Adriatic, 1915-1916 by Julius Mendes Price (1917)
"... and smartly-dressed women—An unexpected spectacle—The Military Governor—The streets at night—Precautions against " taubes "—The signal gun—Curiosity of ..."

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