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tag

 [tag]
1. a small appendage, flap, or polyp.
2. label.
radioactive tag radioactive label.

tag

(tag),
1.
2. A small outgrowth or polyp.
3. In magnetic resonance imaging, a band of saturation that can be followed to detect tissue motion.

tag

(tăg)
n.
1. A small outgrowth or polyp.
2. A label or marker.
v.
1. To label or identify with a tag.
2. To incorporate into a compound a more readily detected substance whereby the compound can be detected and its metabolic or chemical history followed.

tag

a small piece of epidermal and dermal fibrovascular tissue attached by one margin or a pedicle to a main structure.

TAG

abbreviation for 3,4,6-tri-o-acetyl-d-glucal.

TAG

Abbreviation for:
T antigen
Technical Advisory Group 
Thalassaemia Action Group
triacylglycerol
tumour antigen

tag

Dermatology A redundancy of mucocutaneous or other tissue. See Anal tag, Ear tag, Pleural tag, Skin tag Vox populi A label. See Blue tag, Pink tag, Yellow tag.

tag

(tag)
1. See: label, tracer
2. A small outgrowth or polyp.

tag

(tag)
1. A small polyp or growth.
2. A label or tracer; or the application of a label or tracer.

hemorrhoidal tag

Remaining anal skin tag related to uneven postsurgical healing, spontaneous resolution of a previously enlarged external hemorrhoid, secondary to anal skin irritation, or external to an anal fissure.
See: sentinel pile

radioactive tag

A radioactive isotope that is incorporated into a chemical or organic material to allow its detection in metabolic or chemical processes. Synonym: radiolabel

sentinel tag

Sentinel pile.
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skin tag

A small outgrowth of skin, usually occurring on the neck, axilla, and groin.
See: illustration; acrochordonillustration

tag

(tag)
1. See: tracer
2. Small outgrowth or polyp.

tag

1. a small appendage, flap or polyp.
2. label. See ear tag, tail tag.

cutaneous tag
fibrovascular papilloma.
radioactive tag
a radioisotope that has been incorporated in a chemical compound.
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Jemma Greenstock & Margaret-Ellen Pipe, Interviewing Children About Past Events: The Influence of Peer Support and Misleading Questions, 20 CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT 69 (1996) (finding that five- to seven-year-olds but not eight- to ten-year-olds acquiesce more to tag questions than to yes/no questions); Bruck et al.
The results showed that tag questions are much less frequent in fiction dialogue than in spoken conversation.
Furthermore, among rhetorical tag questions, there are clear differences between those in fiction dialogue and those in spoken conversation.
With the above consideration, the intonational analysis of tag questions follows easily.
Tag questions are composed of two IPs, the first behaving like a simple declarative and the second like a YNQ.
Percentage of AAE Speakers and SAE Speakers Producing Each Type of Complete Syntax AAE SAE speakers speakers Sentence type (%) (%) Simple infinitive with same subject 100 100 Gerunds and participles 100 100 Relative clauses 92 100 Simple noninfinitive wh-clause 67 92 Infinitive with different subject 50 0 Double embedding 50 0 Noun phrase complement 33 100 Unmarked infinitive 17 33 Let(s)/lemme and infinitive 8 8 Wh-infinitive clause 8 8 Tag questions 0 0 Conjunctions and 100 100 because 100 100 so 100 50 if 92 42 but 75 100 when 67 8 like 50 17 until 42 17 while 25 0 before 8 17 since 0 0 Note.
The two forms of tentative language - tag questions and qualifiers - were examined in separate questions on both surveys.
Videotapes of group interactions revealed that appointed-trained leaders interrupted group members and used tentative tag questions in failed attempts to share their task-relevant knowledge.
tag questions, hedges, politeness markers) were examined as means by which the women maintain or transform relationships of power, negotiate identity, and ultimately, form community within a particular context.