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TAC

abbr.
Tactical Air Command
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TAC

(in South Africa) abbreviation for
(Medicine) Treatment Action Campaign, a pressure group that campaigns for the medical rights of pregnant women with HIV or AIDS
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Only one previous study has assessed the effects of tACS on fast finger tapping in healthy subjects [12].
(12.) These C2 tasks were first listed in AFTTP 3-1, TACS, 30 September 2009, and were moved to attachment 6 in the last edition (1 February 2013).
"Many types of mammalian stem cells produce TACs, which act as an intermediate between the stem cells and their final product: fully differentiated cells in blood, skin and elsewhere," said Ya-Chieh Hsu, who conducted the research while as a postdoc in the lab and will soon move to Harvard University.
The proposals increase TACs by between +6% to +86% for 11 stocks, maintaining current levels for 31 stocks, and lowering TACs by between -7% and -75% for 36 other stocks.
She discovered she could keep the Tic Tacs down by experimenting with mints at home.
This was a manual process, as not every shipment followed the rules of the AFMC SDT TACs. There were some Air Force TACs that should have included the port-handling charges in their transportation costs.
TACS helps prevent credential theft and the use of stolen credentials by using multi-part credentials and matching authentication strength to risk for different user groups.
Schofield said that more than 250 patients have taken the TACS so far, and he presented data that compared the TACS scores of 66 patients with their MMSE scores and with the results of standard clinical cognitive evaluations.
Cod: The Commission proposes a 15% decrease (to 17,037 tonnes) in the TAC for Western Baltic cod and a 7% increase (to 65,934 tonnes) for Eastern Baltic cod.