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TBTTTake Back the Tap (water conservation)
TBTTTarget Beacon Transmit Time
TBTTTotal Bolus Transit Time (impedance measurement)
TBTTToo Busy to Talk (chat)
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"I'm sure I'll get the answers as we've been too busy to talk.
At the same time, Svensen was telling family members his wife was working or too busy to talk on the phone, according to Harrington of the Pasco County Sheriff's Office.
If you regularly get the feeling that your attorney is too busy to talk or meet with you, it may be time to find someone who not only has time for you but also demonstrates how important you are to his or her practice.
An independent candidate from NA-54, Hafeezur Rehman Tipu when contacted, said that he was too busy to talk to media.
My best mate." But then Huw's too busy to talk what with trying to stand, and deal with Sian's hasty, snatching hands as she pulls his clothes on, as if she's packing shopping into bags not caring for an old man who was once my grandfather's best mate.
At another company's pharmacy a patient might be greeted by a staff member telling coworkers that he's too busy to talk and hiding behind a monitor.
He did not provide further details, saying he was too busy to talk.
I was told that the official was too busy to talk to me and he would come back to me later to make an appointment.
For example, a spokesman for Midnight Oil Service in Shrewsbury was too busy to talk Tuesday about delivery issues because he was talking with an oil delivery truck driver who was stuck in the snow in somebody's driveway.
When his patient Grace (Jamal Fayad) comes into his office weeping because she can't forget her long lost son, the psychiatrist summarily hands over a prescription for a different medication and dismisses her, saying he's too busy to talk to her.
But I feel lonely - even my daughters are too busy to talk.
When a healthcare provider is too busy to talk about emotional concerns, the issues get buried and are never resolved.