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TART

Osteopathy
An ostepathic mnemonic device for the most common findings in somatic dysfunction:
Tenderness
Asymmetry
Restricted motion
Tissue texture changes.

TART

Osteopathy A mnemonic–tenderness, asymmetry, restricted motion, tissue texture changes–for the most common findings in somatic dysfunction. See Osteopathy, Somatic dysfunction.
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From El Tarter - already at 1,700 metres - a choice of lift or gondola whisks you towards the highest points.
“Karin has worked with us for the last seven years and I could not be more pleased to promote her to Director of Communications for our new publishing venture, The Reader's Guild,” said Fred Tarter. “She has demonstrated exceptional communication skills, has honed her management skills over the years and displays a tremendous talent for connecting with clients.
There are 24 species in North America, four of which previously have been reported from Texas (Ross, 1937; Townsend, 1939; Flint, 1964; Tarter et al., 1978; Whiting, 1991 a, Locklin, 2007).
Modeled after the chicken house built by Joy Tarter's grandparents in 1895, plans for "Mammy's 1895 Chicken House" include everything you need to create your own traditional chicken house, including an architectural layout of the house, a complete list of required materials, and full color photos depicting the Tarter's re-creation.
He also paid an associate of hers called Faye Tarter pounds 60,600 between April 2000 and the end of 2001.
The village of El Tarter, where I stayed, is the resort next to Soldeu and has access to its slopes.
Edited by Janet Moore Lindman and Michele Lise Tarter (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2001.
But he appreciates he has been handed a 'tarter' for his 19th paid outing.
Jill Tarter, who directs the SETI Institute's observing program and is Vakoch's boss, has briefed the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space on the need to develop a second protocol on how and whether to reply to a signal.
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Fusion Power Associates President Steve Dean called Batzel "an unassuming man, dedicated to quality science and quality management." Present Livermore Director Bruce Tarter noted that Batzel oversaw the laboratory for 17 very important years in its development.