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


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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However, the remnants of such legislation as BHCA make banking subject to greater limitations than investment banks and insurance companies, which are subject to lesser tying standards under the general antitrust laws.
Max rebar tying tools run a variety of wire ties including TW1525 regular steel wire, TW1525-EG electro galvanized wire, TW1525-PC polyester coated wire, TW897A regular steel wire, TW897A-PC polyester coated wire, and TW897A-EG electric galvanized steel wire.
Different gauges and types of wire, as well as different types of tying systems, can affect wire expenses.
For that, Skip Morris's ``Fly Tying Made Clear and Simple'' is one of the best ways to start.
He talked about his theories of fly tying to catch fish, reminding anglers to check how their flies look and float in the water, as that's how fish see them.
com Tour winner two weeks ago, shot 69-68-63-71 to finish 9-under-par 271 at the Fort Smith Classic, tying for 13th.
He's very sensitive,'' said Art Delano of Woodland Hills, who has been tying conventional flies for two decades and is joined by Fernandez as a member of the Valley-based Sierra Pacific Flyfishers.
The tying instruction resumes with Fish Guy warning Buzzy not to lean too close to the vise with his tongue sticking out or he might lash it to the hook with tying thread.
When securing items to your brow or other locations, where a Sailors hand might grab for support, here are ways to reduce the potential cut hazard: Use white cotton line, it is inexpensive, easy on the environment and will re-introduce the lost art of knot tying.
Bale tying is important, as improper tying can result in broken bales, housekeeping nightmares and safety issues," Pfeffer says.
Skip Morris is a respected and prolific fly tying expert who has written more than two hundred articles over a span of eighteen years.