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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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But the PC sensitive side of Kipp, (yes, even we have a soft side) can't help but think that maybe touting the calamitous uprising as a boon for Dubai's long-suffering tourism scene is just a tad tactless.
As we tighten our belts, the super-rich and tactless Hagues might have to loosen theirs when they return.
And talking of tactless, Kraft boss Irene Rosenfeld earned a 41% pay rise to $26.
Nevertheless, I feel most of us would have forgiven Mr Starr for his tactless remarks if he had ever shown one ounce of gratitude for his present good fortune or publicly displayed even a scrap of affection for the city of his birth.
After that bombshell, it seems a touch tactless of the site to flag up '2008: Steve Lowery defeats Vijay Singh in sudden-death play-off.
Mr Brown is far more realistic than Keats and Fanny and at times comes across quite abrupt and tactless towards Fanny.
What began as the latest hard-nosed, smoke-filled chapter in Carpetburner's "Elbows on the Table" interviews of fictional Hubbard characters quickly spirals out of control when the always tactless reporter touches one raw nerve too many.
According to Pratt, Wordsworth, who succeeded Southey as Poet Laureate in 1843, was "notoriously tactless when commenting on other poets' work, but didn't take criticism of his own very well.
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Halia, a skilled young woman forced into a life of thievery; Ahriman, a skilled and powerful sorcerer; and Xarun, a hulking, fierce and at best tactless warrior, must combine their strengths to brave magical worlds and ruthless threats that none of them could hope to confront alone.
A new girl named Amy is trying to join their group, but she tends to blurt out tactless things.
The author appears to be outraged by the tactless actions of a nation that promotes "liberty and justice for all", and impels her indignation by employing far too many accounts of wrongdoing that eventually overwhelm the reader.