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TACT

Tuned aperature computed tomography Imaging A technology used to study ambiguous breast images, display 2-D images in 3-D and ↓ false negative mammograms. See Mammography.
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Vaccination requirements reflect a tactful interest in protecting everyone in society from the risks and dangers of infectious diseases.
Tactful communication was described as the ability to speak to physicians, other charge nurses, and staff nurses.
Below I'll share just a few tactical approaches to assist you with consideration, belief and action related to being a tactful leader, including meeting tact, texting tact and recognition tact.
Too Much Noise in the Library" uses humor and tactful charm to appeal to children in grades K-3.
It is obvious that these people have no concept of the ethos of the Eisteddfod and hopefully tactful editing will not give these bigots airtime when the concert is broadcast.
I was talking to someone recently who was trying to be tactful about the fact my wife Jackie has been getting more press attention than me and I was like, 'That's fine'
You need to have a tactful and diplomatic manner, as well as the ability to motivate and manage staff, plus strong customer service and communication skills.
At the federal and state levels, long-term planning and strategic, tactful programs need to be put in place for sustainability.
With much advice on how to be tactful and respectful through an interview, it also realizes the test isn't over there and touches on the etiquette of post-interview communications.
Dear Tactful Teller, You have options: 1) Do nothing.
If possible, have a tactful word with her mum and see if she knows about the boyfriend.
Be tactful and let him know the company is there to support him through any crisis.