T/N

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AcronymDefinition
T/NTransaction
T/NTranslator's Note
T/NTrue Name (legal)
T/NTotal Nitrogen
T/NTomorrow Next
T/NTumor/Non-Tumor (carcinoma)
T/NTumor/Normal Brain (neuroradiology)
T/NTumor/Normal Mucosa (oncology)
T/NTumor Tissue/Normal Tissue (oncology)
References in classic literature ?
He alone would have any influence with them; I do not even know them under their true names."
Let our lakes receive as true names at least as the Icarian Sea, where "still the shore" a "brave attempt resounds."
Last year, I met Ted (not his true name) who was almost like Edward.
It is also illegal for anyone to use any name for a business other than the owner's true name without first registering the business name with the DTI.
"At this point she regretted that she had condemned him to death, so she prayed to all seven gods to 'let him live' through the long night and she would 'beg her husband to give him a true name'.
But the "one true name," as Oksana alludes to in her passage about having her full name repeated back to her, is reported to give power to the person who discovers that name.
Data flagged by financial institutions and tracked by Equifax Canada also found that: Attempts of credit card fraud have increased by 42 per cent over the last two years; Millennials were targeted in 48 per cent of all fraudulent credit card applications in 2018; and Suspected true name fraud (when an identity thief poses as a real person in completing a credit application) has also increased by 84 percent over the last five years.
It is embarrassing for us that we have not spoken a word about it and that what happened in ViA!egrad has not been called by its true name. It was an act of fascism.
Villafuerte is facing charges for computer-related identity theft, obstruction of justice, unlawful use of alias, use of falsified documents, falsification of public documents, usurpation of authority or official functions, and use of fictitious name concealing true name.
Tracker, James' narrator, is a man without a true name, a man who seems to walk in the margins of society after a difficult childhood turned him into a loner.
Noose, parrot, sword, pomegranate: brown, green, silver, crimson all the colors of the moon she knows will shout out her true name. Her mother's a mermaid lighting incense, her father's a toad in an unlit well, her uncle swears he never traveled all the way back from cold Hell.
This would include their PSA birth certificate and other possible photo identification under their true name, such as old school cards, etc.