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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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The Lover dissects the secret life of a suburban couple who enjoy tarty afternoon role-play to enjoy the sexuality that they can't admit to their everyday persona.
Sharrock, who calls herself Tarty Tara on Facebook, claimed Mr Fisher threw her "right through a window".
Helen is baffled by claims she has dated soccer ace Micah; TARTY: Rosie with Stape and Fiz; LOVERS: Helen kisses Dan on her doorstep; STUNNING: Helen has lots of admirers Picture: STAY STILL/PHOTOSHOT
She began to fear she had made a big mistake appearing on telly when she was informed that her image was tarty and her manner loud and drunken.
The 31-year-old star, who plays tarty Kat Slater in the BBC soap, has been shopping for engagement rings with PC Dave Morgan.
"If my daughters want to go out looking rather tarty, I will often encourage them to wear something even more tarty - and they will say, 'No way' So that helps and they end up putting on a pretty dress because they just want to do the opposite of what I say." - Former prima ballerina Darcey Bussell.
"Smart with a touch of glam but not tarty," she claims.
I explained that I wanted something sensual and subtle because of my age, nothing completely nude or tarty. I was really into Biba when I was a teenager so they made me look like Twiggy, and I posed in a basket cane chair which hung from the ceiling.
She started coming out clubbing again but she's now gone off the rails and is becoming really tarty.
Anyway, this started me thinking about the difference between tarty and sexy.
"There are some things that can never be forgiven," said Tamzin's tarty character Rose Chamberlain.
She's been a fat friend, a homely barmaid and lardy, tarty hairdresser with asthma on the box.