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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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Fallon had been on the supposed Godolphin first string [Layali Dubai] when finishing eighth behind Tactfully, but gained compensation aboard Mahmood Al Zarooni's second winner.
While some religious leaders like the Reverend Jerry Falwell have made efforts to appear more tolerant with messages such as "hate the sin, love the sinner" by offering lessons on how to tactfully try to "convert" a gay or lesbian person, many conservative sites continue to present gay sex as an evil act that threatens the world as we know it.
The second step to airing your complaints is to do it tactfully.
And if infidelity does occur, it should always be done tactfully, so that it does not offend anybody's pridethe Marquess of Bath.
Once he arrives, tactfully inform him about the nature of the intervention, and then begin reading your letters, Clearly describe the ways in which you've seen the victim destroying himself with front-foot-pushing.
The new video program from the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, Riding Straight, informs students in grade nine through college of the danger of mixing stress, drugs and/or alcohol with driving and how to tactfully prevent friends from driving impaired.
We did find this part curious: People's Bank was ordered to appoint an information systems manager whose qualifications are spelled out in the order -- including "the ability to communicate tactfully (orally and in writing) with senior management.
Rarely does a curator conceive of an exhibition that so tactfully expands on the logic of its contents, allowing us to encounter such well-known work as though for the first time.
Prior to Max Capital's takeover, Harry Helmsley used to own the property, and as Coleen McDonald, executive vice president of Max Capital, tactfully pointed out "Most of the buildings he sold needed a great deal of work.
The ad placed for the role highlighted the sensitivities of the post, and specified the right person would "possess exceptional leadership and communication skills and be able to identify and handle sensitive issues tactfully.
It was interesting that on the occasion of the millennium and all the lists it launched, surely so many more than even Helen's ships, those dealing with the great names of classic ballet in the twentieth century were almost always all agreed upon, tactfully alphabetically: Frederick Ashton, George Balanchine, Jerome Robbins, and Antony Tudor.
Mass killers such as heart disease and cancer were kept tactfully in the closet.