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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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I can see that tactless remark going down like a lead balloon in the St Andrews boardroom.
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.
It may be tactless to say it, but the scene was somewhat contrary to our expectations.
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.
Both visually and personality-wise, he's very much a melting pot of every tactless, loudmouth New Englander that I grew up with,'' adds MacFarlane, who comes from Connecticut.
Newport's ridiculous behavior stems more from his outspoken and tactless personality than from his political views.
That said, try and understand if your BFF still wants to make the scene with Miss Tactless.
It may be tactless to ask what Steen adds to Hamsun's innovative subjectivism, or whether the nineteenth-century spiritual crisis was more powerfully attested by nineteenth-century authors.
More compelling are stills and diary entries documenting Langmuir's lifelong love of the outdoors, and first-person accounts of how tactless and absent-minded he was.
Best acknowledged that Gascoigne was a class player but said he would have to put the brake on his tactless antics.
The first part of Pamela Cooper's A Cloud of Forgetting is patchily remembered with all the tactless insouciance of a pre-war deb.