TUFT


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AcronymDefinition
TUFTTrans-Uterine Fallopian Transfer (women's health)
TUFTTime of interference, Unit affected, Frequency affected, Type of interference
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"As many minutes as you like," she rejoined, reclining on the bank in her former position, and returning to her former occupation of tearing up the tufts of grass and flinging them out into the air.
The combined company will offer innovative product lines, enhanced services, and better value to consumers, while accelerating Tuft and Needle's trajectory as a leading direct-to-consumer mattress and bedding brand.
Compared with previous Trutzschler tuft feeding installations, the performance of the pans of the new tuft blending system has doubled.
Tuft has said of her artistic journey: "The Arctic is melting faster than any other place in the world.
Jenny Aker, PhD, Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, Tufts University
An arbitrator exonerated Tuft after she filed a grievance with the St.
In lab tests, they preferred visiting fertile moss tufts instead of sterile ones, Cronberg and his colleagues report in the Sept.
In 1993, when tuft tried to auction off the 1939 best juvenile actress Oscar that Garland won for her performance in "The Wizard of Oz," the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences sued and won.
Tuft's lawyer said that the suspension was not in response to Tuft's reporting but was rather a reaction to a sexual harassment claim Tuft had made against a former Post-Dispatch supervisor, E&P reported.
The males grow antlers but these are often completely hidden by the tuft of hair.
Tuft, pictured, from the Maindee area, was re-arrested by police at a house in Sowerton Road on Friday night following a tip-off.
Inspector Simon Jeffries of Gwent Police said, 'The incident occurred just after midday when Tuft allegedly assaulted a security guard before making off from the court building.'