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TAB

 
a vaccine prepared from killed typhoid, paratyphoid A and paratyphoid B bacilli.

tab

Abbreviation for tablet.

TAB

Abbreviation for:
tablet
team assessment of behaviour 
temporal artery biopsy
therapeutic abortion
thyroid antibodies
total androgen block
total autonomic block
Type-A behaviour

TAB

1. Tablet, see there  .
2. Therapeutic abortion, see there.

tab

Abbreviation for tablet.

TAB

a vaccine prepared from killed typhoid, paratyphoid A and paratyphoid B bacilli.
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001 TABLE 3 Correlations with TABE Reading Scores (N = 75) Single COMPAS LSI-R Item TABE COMPAS [Vocational/Educational] 1.
TI-30xa or TI-30x-IIs recommended) (Developer's comment: TABE does not allow use of calculator, but industry requires speed, and that means using calculators.
Of the 75 inmates who enrolled in the education program, 71 completed the four weeks of treatment and both sets of TABE tests.
The enhanced training materials for educators include tools to help them understand how to administer, score, and report TABE.
The plan is updated minimally each time the student is post-tested with the TABE or more frequently if the student masters the skills listed in his or her plan.
An inspection of TABE scores registered by youthful offenders entering the program in January indicates consistent academic growth.
The NRS approval applies to TABE Forms 9&10, and TABE CLAS-E(TM) (TABE Complete Language Assessment System - English(TM)), and demonstrates that the assessments have passed stringent federal accountability standards for learner outcomes.
TABE now offers test takers the ability to use Lexile measures to find materials that can help strengthen their reading skills.
The post-test TABE in mathematics produced a mean grade level of 7.
CTB/McGraw-Hill's TABE CLAS-E(TM) product, the leading English language proficiency assessment for adult learners, which is used in English Literacy for Career and Technical Education programs to measure students' reading, listening, writing, and speaking skills.