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tart

abbreviation for the tartrate carboxylate anion.

TART

Osteopathy
An ostepathic mnemonic device for the most common findings in somatic dysfunction:
Tenderness
Asymmetry
Restricted motion
Tissue texture changes.

TART

Osteopathy A mnemonic–tenderness, asymmetry, restricted motion, tissue texture changes–for the most common findings in somatic dysfunction. See Osteopathy, Somatic dysfunction.

TART,

n in osteopathic medicine, a modification of the STAR acronym, which represents “tenderness,” asymmetry,” range of motion modified,” and “tissue texture change.” See also STAR.
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When compared to a placebo, Montmorency tart cherry juice was found to significantly extend sleep time of the senior insomniacs by 84 minutes and increased their sleep efficiency.
To taste, there's a wash of tart fruit before, whoosh, the toastiness takes over, with added burnt notes.
Another Journal of Functional Foods study, which appeared online on September 2, revealed a positive effect for tart cherry intake to reduce oxidative damage.
The study also found an increase in specific anthocyanin compounds in the bloodstream after consuming tart cherries.
Sophellies eatery on Queen Street, Redcar, has created three special tarts, all with a Teesside theme, in aid of Tarts for Troops, which helps ex-servicemen and women with sight loss.
Frozen tart cherry was obtained from commercial growers in the state of Michigan (Friske Orchards, Charlevoix, MI, USA).
On a floured surface roll out the pastry, line the tart tin with it and put it in the fridge for 20 minutes.
A team of researchers in the United Kingdom found that tart cherry juice from Montmorency cherries allowed participants to sleep longer and improved their quality of sleep.
For the tart In saucepan, place sugar and water and bring to a simmer
Ironically, it is through science that Tart believes such a recovery can take place.
Also called a sour or pie cherry, tart cherries have some of the highest levels of disease-fighting antioxidants found in fruit, which may lower the risks of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and obesity.
If you're so inclined, one tart really is enough to share, but that's solely up to you.