TLC


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TLC

abbr.
tender loving care

TLC

abbreviation for
1. informal tender loving care
2. (Chemistry) thin-layer chromatography

TLC

or T.L.C. or t.l.c.,

tender loving care.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.TLC - considerate and solicitous careTLC - considerate and solicitous care; "young children need lots of TLC"
care, tending, attention, aid - the work of providing treatment for or attending to someone or something; "no medical care was required"; "the old car needs constant attention"
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The Company also presented preclinical data for TLC C-53, liposomal prostaglandin E1, demonstrating results in several preclinical models, including its effectiveness in a model where TLC C-53 was able to rescue animals from endotoxin shock as late as 16 hours following the administration of endotoxin.
A desire to "do the deals myself" led to Lewis starting the TLC Group L.
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TLC Beatrice said the divestiture would reduce the company's overall corporate debt and was in line with its strategic plan of focusing on its most important core businesses and most promising markets.
Kashi TLC cookies will be available in Oatmeal Dark Chocolate, Happy Trail Mix and Oatmeal Raisin Flax varieties.
My first priority on becoming chairman and CEO of TLC Beatrice following the death of my brother, Reginald, was to ensure a smooth transition and profitable continuity of the business.
We welcome the employees and clients of TLC to the ResCare family.
TLC is redefining customer loyalty using patent-pending technology.
TLC C-53, a liposomal PGE(1), is currently in Phase I human clinical testing in the U.
TLC (Total Logistic Control) is the Logistic Services Provider subsidiary of SUPERVALU.
For TLC D-99, a liposomal doxorubicin, investigators reported a 60 percent response rate in tumors that had spread to the liver, lung, and bone marrow, a figure that is "in the high range" compared to conventional doxorubicin.