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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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area produce a 'disinhibited' syndrome with affective lability, insensitivity, tactlessness, and in some cases, unpredictable aggressive outbursts....
Erotic enthusiasm, masculine braggadocio, and brazen tactlessness make Zeus a fool for love; from Zeus in The Iliad to Leporello in Don Juan is but a step.
Jean Dorion of Montreal's Saint-Jean-Baptiste Society and as "tactlessness" by Premier Charest.
One short chapter collects together Hofmannsthal's apologies following his occasional impulsive tactlessness; even his most abject and charming apologies cut no ice with George or with Schnitzler.
Tactlessness is best avoided by patient submission to critics who are able, honest and friendly.
Yet such tactlessness is not solely the preserve of the president of Sinn Fein.
It also brings out Cartier-Bresson's restlessness, tactlessness and general unpredictability; also his enthusiasm, and his belief in chance.
PRINCE HARRY'S insensitive wearing of a Nazi uniform to a fancy dress party might be forgiven as the tactlessness of a 20-year-old.
AIMEE, Birmingham A THERE'S a fine line between truth and tactlessness, Aimee.
Not only that, but the Air Force command, with incredible tactlessness and lack of understanding, not to mention stupidity, threatened the Catholic personnel, who included several reasonably senior officers, with disciplinary action and even, in at least one case, with dismissal.
Thinking with their mouth, tactlessness and boastfulness tends to upset others.
Her tactical change of heart on Wednesday was embarrassing in its tactlessness, but there's no doubt it worked.