tactus

tactus

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

tactus eruditus

A sensitivity of touch acquired by long practice.
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Kamphuis, who works as a professional recovery and self-help peer at Tactus Verslavingszorg in the Netherlands, is set to discuss the topic at thehttp://bit.ly/2GVixsqentitled Enlightened Alcohol Policy for the 21st Century, organised by SHAAP (Scottish Action on Alcohol Health Problems) and Eurocare (European Alcohol Policy Alliance).
Thomas Aquinas describes Christ's presence in the Eucharist as visus, tactus, gustus.
These "highly modular" machines have the Tactus controller with 21.5-in.
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).
In-depth profiling of 25 key market participants- 3D Systems Corporation, AAC Technologies Holdings, Inc., Densitron Technologies PLC., Haption SA, Immersion Corporation, Johnson Electric Holdings Limited, Maxim Integrated Products Inc., Precision Microdrives Ltd, Tactus Technology Inc., Texas Instruments, Inc., Atmel Corporation, Cypress Semiconductor ,Microchip, Alps Electric, Continental, Daesung, Marquardt, Methode Electronics, SMK, Valeo, Visteon, Bosch, Jahwa Electronics, Bluecom Co Ltd, and Apple Inc.
Despite the irregular barring, this music nearly always follows a regular tactus that is one semibreve (or dotted semibreve) in length; when this pattern breaks down (as in the Toccata no.
The latest 'Tactus' series touchscreen B&R-based cont roller is now standard to both models.
The scene features the character Tactus who has discovered a robe and crown.
(7) <<In materia turpia (...) 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.