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No, I've only heard "ta" used in Britain and Scotland as "thanks". In 
the US "ta, ta!" would be used by someone trying to say goodbye in a 
British way. As Linda says, in the US "ta tas" are a euphemism for 
female breasts  ;-)

Cheers,
Pam

On 9/19/2013 4:38 PM, Linda Feltner wrote:
> I've seen a bumper sticker Save the TaTas, with a pink ribbon, but 
> don't think it has anything to do with buses.
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> On Sep 19, 2013, at 3:30 PM, Bruce Bartrug wrote:
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>> TaTa is also the name of India's biggest motor vehicle producer.  I 
>> just googled that, but do remember seeing "TaTa" on the front of buses.
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>> On Thu, Sep 19, 2013 at 6:21 PM, Smith Will (Toowong) 
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>>     Thatís funny, Ta ta is used both in Australia and the UK by older
>>     people for Goodbye. Both former English colonies.
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