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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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Rather tactlessly, Calzaghe said as much last year when asked his opinion of Sports Personality, no doubt referring to the year he won the WBO title, 1997, when second-rater Greg Rusedski, barely British anyway, walked off with the trophy for finishing runner-up in the US Open tennis.
He then continues to explain to her the aggressive nature of her cancer, interrupting his explanation with a tactlessly automatic question--"So far, so good?
Sinclair once received (and tactlessly shared with his friend Jack London) a letter from Doubleday informing him that 5,500 copies of the novel had been sold in one day.
Ay; but, by your leave, not before me," Cassio vainly, tactlessly, concludes: "the lieutenant is to be saved before the ensign" (2.
When Pethica claims Lady Gregory was tactlessly hostile to Synge about the plans for the opening of The Playboy, he misreads the situation and does her an injustice.
The armistice line after the Turkish occupation of northern Cyprus in 1974 was rather tactlessly called the Attila Line, reflecting the Turkish Hurts.
In "A Sudden Trip Home in the Spring" by Alice Walker, very similar physical characteristics make scholarship-winner Sarah the exotic beauty of the art school in the north, where the other girls admire the "proud gazelle" and tactlessly parade her for friends and relatives to see.
Williams, along with lamenting that neither of them have the time to write as much as they would like, comments rather tactlessly that Zukofsky seems to have "changed considerably" for the better since his marriage.
Mohs, which I had never heard of before but which turns out to be the best way to handle what the doctor was calling, rather tactlessly, I felt, "a tumor of this sort.
I had pointed out, a bit tactlessly perhaps, that at 72, Elizabeth Taylor was kidding herself if she thought her blonde hair colouring was attractive.
His warning haunted us as we worked, giving us the chutzpah to tactlessly admonish a contributor--a senior scientist and leading textbook author--"Your prose needs major revision.
Falstaff is lifted onto the tavern table to impersonate the King, reminding us of what the Percys tactlessly stress, how the King was in fact helped to the throne by their powerful assistance.