TILE


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AcronymDefinition
TILEThe Inclusive Learning Exchange (Canada)
TILETexas Index for Level of Effort (nursing facilities)
TILETask, Individual, Load, Environment (manual handling)
TILETrends in Leisure Entertainment
TILETechnology in Literacy Education
TILETraining for Intelligence and Law Enforcement
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In one corner various heaps of clay had been piled up, destined for tiles and pantiles, and a stack of brushwood and logs (fuel for the kiln no doubt) lay in another part of the enclosure.
He came and took up his abode here, taught his wife, her aged mother, and his own mother how to make tiles, and made workmen of them.
He would hurry over to Grenoble in the morning, and sell his bricks and tiles there; then he would return home about the middle of the day, and go back again to the town at night.
"He has not forgotten to send the thousand tiles to the Grange-aux- Belles for me?"
He went down on his knees and rapidly examined every one of the paving tiles. Daddy Jacques went on:
Then we entered the vestibule, a small, well-lit room paved with square red tiles.
The floors are of square tiles, the chairs and tables of black-looking wood with thin crooked legs and puppy feet.
Van Baerle, therefore, had devised a contrivance, a sort of pulley, by means of which he was able to lower or to raise his jug below the ledge of tiles and stone before his window.
The monotonous and vibrating note was destined to grow into the intimacy of the heart, pass into blood and bone, accompany the thoughts and acts of two full decades, remain to haunt like a reproach the peace of the quiet fireside, and enter into the very texture of respectable dreams dreamed safely under a roof of rafters and tiles. The wind was fair, but that day we ran no more.
[USPRwire, Wed Jul 24 2019] The market for Poolside Tile is growing with the expansion of this Industry Sector Worldwide.