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TIE

Abbreviation for:
TGF-beta inhibitory element
Theatre in Education 
transient ischaemic episode
translation inhibitory element

tie

see genital lock.

Patient discussion about tie

Q. can you get pregnant with your tubes tied if your tubes are tied can you get pregnant

A. you can but the chances are slim to none,plus if you do you can sue the doctors, 99% no,

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References in classic literature ?
Wash Williams and George Willard arose from the pile of railroad ties and walked along the tracks toward town.
Statesman Ties Founder, Rob Caldwell said, "Offering our Idaho ties at BYU Idaho will allow students and faculty alike to share a common bond over their school, while giving them a chance to personalize the tie with their own message.
Win and Tennessee loss or tie and Baltimore win or tie, or
Win and Seattle loss or tie and Arizona loss or tie, OR
The Tie Bar offers them in traditional silk fabrics as well as exclusive styles in cotton, linen, corduroy, and wool.
In introducing the new tie I looked at several options with the senior team and it was after great deliberation that we agreed the clip on tie would ensure that all are looking the same with an equal number of stripes below the badge.
Senol Adakoglu, a representative of the Ankara Company that produces the ties, said all the wearer needs to do is zip up to tie the tie.
The government did not seek damages against IBM and Remington Rand for conspiring to tie tabulating machines to tabulating cards.
If you're unsure about what tie to choose, play it safe and stick to the simple rule of not wearing pattern on pattern.
He says this helps to lessen the expansion of the bale and wire tie failures.
The 16-year-old Archibald followed a first-round 3-under 69 with a 4-over 76 Tuesday to tie for 22nd after stroke play.
A tie layer is necessary to compatibilize the non-polar PE and polar nylon.