TALC


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AcronymDefinition
TALCTeaching-aids At Low Cost
TALCTransportation and Land Use Coalition
TALCTeaching and Language Corpora
TALCTotal Annual Loan Cost
TALCTechnical Assistance Legal Center
TALCTransport and Logistics Centre (Australia)
TALCTennessee Academic Library Collaborative
TALCTextile Apparel Linkage Council
TALCThe Adolescent Leadership Council (Hasbro Children's Hospital; Providence, RI)
TALCTopic A La Con
TALCTactical Airborne Laser Communications
TALCThe Artificial Logic Corporation
TALCTactical Airlift Center
TALCTerritory Anti Litter Committee
TALCTechnology Association Leaders' Council
TALCThe American Lutheran Church
TALCTourism Area Life Cycle
TALCTrim, Appearance, Lighting and Color (automotive component engineering)
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In our study we selected asbestos free talc slurry for use in 6 patients to avoid the claims associated with the hazards of asbestos.
Our patient suffered from an unusual complication a few hours after talc pleurodesis.
Patients who underwent a medical thoracoscopy with talcum powder, whereby a mini hose carries talc into lungs where it is then released, lived up to 18 months longer than expected.
RELEVANCE TO CLINICAL OR PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: Exposure to talc in the course of carpet installation should be added to conditions that can cause pneumoconioses, specifically silicatosis of the lung.
Fortunately for me, though unfortunately for the big powder manufacturer, preliminary testing performed on my sweet-smelling mother was negative, as in no mutation, as in no anti-Semitic biological factors at play, as in "hmm, let's see what other risk factors might have been at work," as in talc, talc, talc.
This powder may consist of only talc and fragrance, as many of them are.
Trimouns, the largest talc occurrence in France, possesses estimated reserves of 16 million tonnes, sufficient for half a century.
Talc minerals consumption is concentrated within Asian countries, where the availability of local, low-cost materials makes talc competitive with alternative minerals such as kaolin and calcium carbonate.
Talc can cause pneumonia, inflammation of the airways, and even death.
This company produces large-scale quantities of talc and calcium carbonate nanomaterials.
Rio Tinto agreed in August to purchase WMC's Three Springs talc mine and processing plant for $27.