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taj

n. 1 A tall brimless hat, usually conical or curved on top, worn in Muslim countries as a sign of distinction and prestige. 2 (context historical English) A crown worn by Indian princes as a sign of high rank.

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Taj (Diddy Kong Racing)
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Taj (album)

Taj is an album by American blues artist Taj Mahal.

Usage examples of "taj".

He later went on to record an album at the Taj Mahal and he was hatching that plan there.

Lusty of Covent Garden, hilsa fish in tamarind sauce, chicken served with many vegetable dishes and a platter of rice, and a towering sugary model of the Taj Mahal accompanied by a mango water ice.

My maternal grandfather was Taj brant Parada sek Amurath sek Ledaa sek Shahriar sek Naxina.

As for the decidedly uncarnivorous Taj, he had ignored the meat-flavored fruit in favor of the many seeds readily available in the surrounding grass.

Taj, of course, had no difficulty participating, individual bursts of fire bursting forth from his throat as he warbled sonorously, singing fireworks as well as harmony, a veritable symphony of light and sound unto himself.

The Tropicana, The Taj Mahal, the trappings of Las Vegas, she drove without seeing it.

I wanted to see the Taj Mahal, Borobudur, the Rice Terraces in Bagio, Angkor Wat.

When Tupelov at last emerged from the flagship, alone, he could see the vast, curved cagework of the Taj soaring away from him in at least three spatial dimensions.

And back went he with the force of the blast, and fell onto a Herez carpet, which had been a present to Rune from Shah Jahan for designing the Taj Mahal.

Taj Lamor stared down at the vast metal hulls glistening softly in the dull light of far-off stars, the single brightly beaming star that was their goal, and the dim artificial lighting system.

They hit the Central Avenue Strip, daytime quiet, a block of spangly facades: the Taj Mahal, palm trees hung with Christmas lights, sequined music clefs, zebra stripes and a big plaster jigaboo with shiny red eyes.

         They hit the Central Avenue Strip, daytime quiet, a block of spangly facades: the Taj Mahal, palm trees hung with Christmas lights, sequined music clefs, zebra stripes and a big plaster jigaboo with shiny red eyes.

When the Sword of Kahless decloaked and Klag announced that he had killed General Talak, the Taj second officer immediately challenged and killed T’vis, but also died from wounds incurred in the duel.

The owner-or clerk, whichever he was-was from India, and the fun thing was that in addition to the usual Statues of Liberty, and tee shirts and I Love New York buttons, he had an array of brass monkeys and elephants and Taj Mahals and Hindu gods-that sort of thing.

The Golden Gate Bridge, the Washington Monument, the Taj Mahal, the Church of Christ the Saviour in Addis Ababa (full) and the East Chicago nuke were all the explosions of other, more charismatic bombers.