TACT


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TACTTactical
TACTTrial to Assess Chelation Therapy (NCCAM and NHLBI study)
TACTText Analysis Computing Tools
TACTThe Air Cargo Tariff (shipping)
TACTThe A Consulting Team, Inc. (consulting, software development, and training; New York City)
TACTTransonic Aircraft Technology
TACTTuned Aperture Computed Tomography
TACTTaxotere as Adjuvant Chemotherapy Trial
TACTTailored Annual Cutter Training (US Coast Guard)
TACTTotal Average Cycle Time
TACTTel Aviv City Team
TACTTotal Audit Concept Technique (DCAA)
TACTTechnology Advising and Consulting Team
TACTTransmission Automatique des Conditions de Trafic
TACTTactical Aviation Control Team
TACTTechnical Area Coordinating Team
TACTThumb Area Community Theatre (Sebewaing, Michigan)
TACTTexas Alternative Center for Teachers (Mission, TX)
References in classic literature ?
The tact and skill which suffice to avert a Woman's sting are unequal to the task of stopping a Woman's mouth; and as the wife has absolutely nothing to say, and absolutely no constraint of wit, sense, or conscience to prevent her from saying it, not a few cynics have been found to aver that they prefer the danger of the death-dealing but inaudible sting to the safe sonorousness of a Woman's other end.
It might be partly owing to my own stupidity, my want of tact and assurance: but I felt myself wronged: I trembled with apprehension; and I listened with envy to her easy, rapid flow of utterance, and saw with anxiety the bright smile with which she looked into his face from time to time: for she was walking a little in advance, for the purpose (as I judged) of being seen as well as heard.
I have less tact than I might have, no doubt; but oh, my brother, if you knew what you yourself were saying
With so intellectual a guest as she considered Prince Andrew to be, she felt that she had to employ her diplomatic tact.
Gilbert's mother, who was a gay, frank, light-hearted lady, but not overburdened with tact, had a very embarrassing habit of asking Anne, always in a painfully distinct voice and always in the presence of a crowd, if she had heard from Gilbert lately.
These being her Ladyship's personal merits, impartial history must acknowledge, on the list of her defects, a total want of tact and taste in her attire.
Between him and his mother was the most perfect sympathy, for secretly the lady was herself a devout disciple of the late and great Myron Bayne, though with the tact so generally and justly admired in her sex (despite the hardy calumniators who insist that it is essentially the same thing as cunning) she had always taken care to conceal her weakness from all eyes but those of him who shared it.
Results of TACT for Treating Cardiovascular Disease
Thus, if speaking is precise only for echoic tasks (repetition), it may also occur for tasks involving tact (figure naming) when teaching promotes rotation between these tasks.
Tact turns a salesperson's connected device into an AI-powered smart assistant that automates administrative tasks and creates a frictionless selling experience.
TACT convenes twice a year to review research and the committee is meeting in Washington, DC on December 5 to review the latest round of applicants.
In the present study, we analyzed the emergence of intraverbals after learning either two tacts or after learning one tact and one intraverbal.