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T

1. Symbol for ribothymidine; tension (T+, increased tension; T-, diminished tension); tera-; tesla, the unit of magnetic field strength; tritium; threonine; torque; transmittance.
2. As a subscript, refers to tidal volume.
3. Abbreviation for thoracic vertebra (T1-T12); tocopherol.

T

Symbol for absolute temperature (kelvin).

t

Abbreviation for metric ton; time.

t

Symbol for temperature (Celsius); tritium.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

T

abbr.
1. also T.
a. tablespoon
b. tablespoonful
2. Football tackle
3. temperature
4. tenor
5. tesla
6. Thursday
7. thymine
8. time reversal
9. township
10. Tuesday
11. Sports turnover
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T

1. Taenia.
2. Tamoxifen.
3. Temperature.
4. Term–obstetrics.
5. Tetracycline.
6. Theophylline.
7. Threonine.
8. Thoracic.
9. Thymidine.
10. Thymine.
11. Tidal–lung physiology.
12. Time.
13. Tocopherol.
14. Toxicity.
15. Transferrin.
16. Transfusion.
17. Treatment.
18. Treponema.
19. Trimethoprim.
20. Troponin.
21. Tumor–TNM Classification.
22. Typhoid Military medicine An organic compound developed as a vesicant type chemical weapon, which causes chemical burns or blisters of skin and mucosa including the conjunctiva. See Chemical weapons, Vesicant/blistering agent.

t

1. Telocentric–cytogenetics.
2. Tertiary–chemistry, commonly tert.
3. Trans–chemistry.
4. Transfer–genetics–eg, tRNA.
5. Variable–statistics.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

T

Abbreviation for absolute temperature.

T

Symbol for tritium.

T

Abbreviation for ribothymidine;
tera-;
tesla; tocopherol; torque.

T

Symbol for threonine.

t

Abbreviation for time.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

T

  1. abbrev. 1 the nitrogenous base THYMINE, found in NUCLEIC ACIDS.
  2. THREONINE.
Collins Dictionary of Biology, 3rd ed. © W. G. Hale, V. A. Saunders, J. P. Margham 2005

T

Abbreviation for threonine.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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338, this series of transactions would be automatically stepped together under the Kimbell-Diamond doctrine and treated as if P had purchased T's assets in a taxable asset acquisition, with T recognizing a taxable gain on the sale of its assets and P receiving a stepped-up basis in these assets (see Kimbell-Diamond Milling Co., 14 T.C.
Effect: The election out will be effective for all of T's transfers (current-year and future) to B and to any and all other trusts (whether they exist in 2006 or are created in a later year), unless and until T terminates the election out.
179 assets; T's allocable portion of such S2 assets placed in service was $102,000, making the total Sec.
E was not a person responsible for collecting, truthfully accounting for and paying over payroll taxes withheld from T's employees for the tax period at issue.
311(b) (i.e., gain resulting from the "outside" appreciation in T's stock (deferred momentarily under Regs.
The Tax Court held that P's acquisition of T's stock, followed by a liquidation of T into P so that P would acquire T's assets, had to be treated as a direct purchase of T's stock.
and was granted NQSOs to purchase T's common stock.
368(a)(2)(F)(ii) diversification exception because, after the transfers, more than 25% of the value of T's total assets are invested in the stock and securities of one issuer, W ($210/$800 = 26%), and more than 50% of the value of its total assets are invested in the stock and securities of five or fewer issuers ($491/$800 = 61%).