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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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Her tactical change of heart on Wednesday was embarrassing in its tactlessness, but there's no doubt it worked.
But of course I live in Multiculture Central, where vehement atheism is likely to be criticized more on the grounds of tactlessness than of blasphemy.
Clark's tactlessness may have cost him a cabinet appointment, but people will be reading Clark long after the "serious" players are forgotten.
Buckingham shared Somerset's haughty tactlessness but combined his own astute political intelligence with the elderly king's decline of the 1620s to commandeer aspects of James's foreign policy, which until that time had been the king's sole preserve.
Recklessness or indifference, like fearlessness, tactlessness, boredom, or confidence, is a state of mind which denotes a positive lack of its opposite, whether this opposite be regard, care, fear, tact, interest, or doubt.
Louie' Brereton pulls no punches," Baldwin concluded; "he is aggressive and quick in sizing up a tactical and strategic situation and he can be frank to the point of tactlessness.
14) He later recognised the tactlessness of this choice of words and admitted that he would `never live that down'.
However, the two rebels soon ran into trouble because Gerhardt was rather brash and his tactlessness combined with Laurent's sharp tongue and revolutionary ideas resulted in them being ostracized [7].
Although this is ineffective parasitism--the glioblastoma inevitably kills its host--no more can be expected from such cancer cells; their programmed tactlessness and impropriety does them in.
And', I added, scaling new heights of tactlessness, `we have already had rather a lot of that.
What he calls honesty is just monumental tactlessness.