tacket

tacket

(ˈtækɪt)
n
dialect Scot and Northern English a nail, esp a hobnail
[C14: from tack1]
ˈtackety adj
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Tacket CO, Shandera WX, Mann JM, Hargrett NT, Blake PA.
Cryz SJ Jr, Kaper J, Tacket C, Nataro J, Levine MM.
Seventh Circuit considered the defamation claim of Thomas Tacket, a
Among healthy people, symptoms can include vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain (CDC, 2008a; Tacket, Brenner, & Blake, 1984).
You don't see it open, because your eyes have been fixed on her, but when you whirl toward the tacket, there it is.
Janet Tacket, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs added, "The Evening and Weekend format provides excellent education choices for working adults, allowing them to pursue their passion of a career in an applied arts field in a convenient time frame and schedule that fits their busy lives.
To ensure safe handling during digitisation, the quires were secured individually with loose tacket sewing.
3 Tacket Street, Ipswich IP4 1AU and comprises 123 square metres of retail
We defined immune priming as a 4-fold increase of antibody (IgG or IgA) over background after a 20-[micro]g LT-B booster exposure (Tacket 2005; Tacket et al.
Chris Tacket, executive director of the Wisconsin Merchant's Federation, had opposed the protection.
Concern that heating would inactivate vaccines had led to an expectation that any useful ones would eventually need to go into foods eaten raw, such as bananas, observes Carol Tacket at the University of Maryland's Center for Vaccine Development in Baltimore.