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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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When I tactlessly asked one of them whether they paid too much for Beck's (at 13.
And Pant continues rather tactlessly by quoting a poem by Tagore to demonstrate how this type of meter works well in Bengali, which does not distinguish between long and short syllables.
Correctly if tactlessly, he chided Hoover for assuming that the American Communist Party was directing all anti-Vietnam student activism; he knew far more about such New Left heroes as John Lennon than Hoover had ever learnt or wanted to learn.
73] Gritti complained so much about Alviano's recklessness that when the proveditor-general finished his term of office in November 1513, the Senate refused to let him deliver a verbal report for fear that he tactlessly would denounce the captain-general all over again.
232) The club made a modest donation, but its incredibly wealthy members donated only trivial amounts to the town, and also tactlessly denied any responsibility to the newspapers.
The fact that Eve begins no longer to cherish such conversation as she once did signals a shift in her values; for example, in a demonstration of how "almost" to fight, she tactlessly degrades to "Casual discourse" (223) the conversation which once was the "chief delight" of Adam's presence and which she now sees as a distraction to performing those domestic chores wisely avoided in four and eight.
Perhaps tactlessly, the next special 50p marked the 50th anniversary of the Normandy invasion.
As the orchestra tunes up he encourages the musicians to overcome their nerves, and then tactlessly draws attention to that perennial occupational hazard of the horn player, splitting a note.
Problems resulting from a tactlessly handled situation or an offhand remark once limited to a small circle of colleagues will soon be broadcast to hundreds or thousands of people via forwarded e-mails or videoconferences.
He chooses wealthy businessman William Parrish (Anthony Hopkins) as his tour guide on account of his apparent zest for life, having told him, somewhat tactlessly you might think, that he'd take him home after the vacation.
Mary says: "I gasped and asked, probably rather tactlessly, 'Gosh, do you think there's any chance of a romance developing?
TV news executives acknowledge there is some validity to the stereotype of a crass reporter tactlessly sticking a microphone in the face of a distressed relative and asking, "How do you feel?