Definition of Tashing
1. tash [v] - See also: tash
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Literary usage of Tashing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Climbing on the Himalaya and Other Mountain Ranges by Norman Collie (1902)
"Probably this will again happen, for when we were there in 1895 the tashing glacier had once more blocked the valley to the depth of at least 200 feet, ..."
2. Climbing on the Himalaya and Other Mountain Ranges by Norman Collie (1902)
"tashing, the village, which lay a few miles below us down the valley, is large and prosperous, the peasants owning many flocks and herds. ..."
3. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1893)
"tashing, at the foot of the mountain, is the last village on the road, which, following a glacier valley—Rupal Naia—light under the highest peak, ..."
4. Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle by Jane Welsh Carlyle (1883)
"The ' tashing' myself which Betty so strongly protests against must not be ventured. We have just had one perfectly fair, beautiful day since I came Oast ..."
5. Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle by Jane Welsh Carlyle (1883)
"... incur the expense of the journey there; but that is the least of it The ' tashing' myself which Betty so strongly protests against must not be ventured. ..."
6. The Principles of International Law by Thomas Joseph Lawrence (1910)
"The Government of \\tashing- ton demanded his release, which was granted after some delay. From the vigorous action taken by the American authorities on ..."