Definition of Terret. Meaning of Terret. Synonyms of Terret

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Definition of Terret

Terret
Terret Ter"ret, n. One of the rings on the top of the saddle of a harness, through which the reins pass.

Meaning of Terret from wikipedia

- Terret or Terrets may be a reference to: Terret, part of a horse harness Terret (grape) Tourette syndrome, a neurological disorder Terete, adjective meaning...
- France. It is a mutation of the Terret vine that also spawned the dark skinned Terret noir and light-skinned Terret gris varieties. In official statistics...
- Terret gris is a white French wine grape variety planted primarily in the Languedoc wine region. It is a mutation of the ancient Vitis vinifera vine Terret...
- France, the descendants of Terret now include the red wine variety Terret noir, the white Terret blanc and the light-skinned Terret gris. For years, the light...
- old Vitis vinifera vine Terret. It is a permitted blending grape for Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Like the related Terret gris and Terret blanc, the vine tends...
- A terret is a metal loop on a horse harness, guiding the lines and preventing them from becoming tangled or snagged on the harness. The lines run from...
- Liselle Terret (also known as Doris La Trine) is a co-programme leader and a senior lecturer at the University of East London. She has more than twenty...
- Norfolk Cambridgeshire Handbell Es**** Terret (This is the Es**** Ring Terret - there is also the Es**** Bell or Bar Terret) Mordiford Hereford Lantern Stafford...
- the four faces of the sundial show the village's historic features: Tump Terret, with the inscriptions MAGNA MOLE ("Great in its Mound") and O QUOT HIC...
- Mourvèdre, Grenache and Lladoner Pelut (minimum 60%); and Carignan, Cinsault, Terret, and Aspiran (maximum 40%). The white wines, which are less commonly found...
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