Tarl

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Tarl Expression, Tarl Soul Urge, Tarl Inner Dream

urban

Definition funny of Tarl:

urban1. Name of the hero in Gor Novels from the 70s, who found a way to a planet exactly opposite Earth, and had many adventures. 2. Name of legendary Facebooker. 3. Reverse of "Lrat."

urban"Tarl, in counter Earth, found himself facing doom from the wagon peoples." "Tarl, on facebook, admins more sites than any other Facebooker." "Tarl, reversed, is lraT."

urbanA word that can replace any noun or verb.

urban"I need a tarl to tarl my tarl." I need a lighter to light my cigarette.

urbanA place void of cellphone reception, otherwise known as a dead zone.

urbanSorry, I didn't catch that last part. I was driving through a tarl.

urbanTits are real life

books

Books about Tarl:

booksTRIBESMEN OF GOR - THE TENTH BOOK OF THE SAGA OF TARL CABOT - DAW No. 185 UE1473 by John Norman and Gino D'Achille (1976)

booksMagicians of Gor (Tarl Cabot Saga, Book 25) by John Norman (Jun 7, 1988)

booksSLAVE GIRL OF GOR - THE ELEVENTH BOOK OF THE SAGA OF TARL CABOT - DAW NO. 232 by John Norman (1977)

booksHunters of Gor (Saga of Tarl Cabot #8) by John Norman (Feb 1, 1974)

booksDancer of Gor (Tarl Cabot, Book 22) by John Norman (Nov 5, 1985)

booksMercenaries of Gor (The Tarl Cabot Saga, Book 21) by John Norman (Mar 10, 1985)

booksPlayers of Gor (Tarl Cabot, No. 20) by John Norman (Mar 6, 1984)

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Tarlac
Administrative Division, Travel destination, Location, Dated location, Statistical region

Tarlac is a landlocked province of the Philippines located in Central Luzon. Its capital is Tarlac City. Tarlac borders Pampanga to the south, Nueva Ecija to the east, Pangasinan to the north, and Zambales to the west. It is a part of Central Luzon...

Tarlton
City/Town/Village, Dated location, HUD County Place, Statistical region, Location, HUD Foreclosure Area

Tarlton is a village in Fairfield and Pickaway counties in the U.S. state of Ohio. The population was 282 at the 2010 census.