tactus

tactus

(tak'tus) [L.] Touch (1).

tactus eruditus

A sensitivity of touch acquired by long practice.

tactus

[L.] touch.
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A prolific recording artist, Deljavan has a discography of over 40 albums with the Stradivarius, Brilliant Classics, Onclassical, Aevea, Naxos, Tactus and Piano Classics labels.
I just mark the metrical tactus, the strongest level of beating).
200,000 for new restaurant in (E) building - Tactus LLC.
haec autem habent infinitas virtutes; neque enim his gelicidiorum tempestas neque ignis tactus potest nocere, sed est firma et ad vetustatem ideo permanens, quod parum habet e naturae mixtione aeris et ignis, umoris autem temperate plurimumque terreni.
With so much historic detail given for so many facets of performance and notation, it might have been helpful to give some advice about meter, tempo, and tactus as well.
The new Tactus touch screen is another example of waiting for the technology to get to a point that is compatible with the 'real world' environment of a busy mould shop.
The scene features the character Tactus who has discovered a robe and crown.
comprehendi nedum tactus, verum omnia peccata gravia et exterius commissa contra castitatem, edam illa, quae constitunt in meris colloquis et adspectibus, qui complicitatem important>>: recogido en F.
Summary: Tactus Technology, a California-based company, has been working on
From per-(pertussis) + tactus (Latin, "to touch"), pertactin is a virulence factor of Bordetella pertussis that promotes adhesion to tracheal epithelial cells and resistance to neutrophil-mediated clearance and is a component of acellular pertussis vaccines.
The three dissertations--De sono (On Sound), De modis (On the Modes), and De tactu (On the Tactus)--are beautifully translated and presented with the original Neo-Latin on facing pages with the translation.