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Synonyms for tat

tastelessness by virtue of being cheap and vulgar

a projective technique using black-and-white pictures

make lacework by knotting or looping

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Hayek 1,251 79% Purpose: Half of teacher viewed (1986) Reducing TATs as a component of referral rate the special education process.
Seven empirical studies assessing TAT social validity as reported by general education teachers were analyzed for this research review.
Social validity is an important variable in assessing TAT implementation and effectiveness (Gresham, 1989; Noell & Gresham, 1993; Shapiro, 1987).
Rural locations had the fastest TATs, followed by city (about 8 minutes slower), suburban (13 minutes slower), and then federal sites (about 15 minutes slower).
In 1983, ED draw-to-report TAT was reported to have a mean of 86 minutes for a chemistry panel containing potassium and 38 minutes for a complete blood count containing hemoglobin, comparable to the TATs observed today.
These results supported earlier observations that satellite testing laboratories are subject to a queuing effect that results in excessive TATs when the limited capacities of the analytic systems in those laboratories are exceeded.
Yes, there are effects in [test-tube] systems for extracellular Tat.
They've begun to inject people with inactivated forms of Tat.
The graphs portray the distribution of tests that started their activity during the hour, spanning the range of TATs from the minimum to the 95th percentile.
LIS as a turnaround time capturing and extraction tool in our continuing quest to confirm we meet the TAT needs of our customers.
TATS not only helps the Air Force cut costs, but contributes to improved aircraft readiness by minimizing repair down time.
Arterial line draws demonstrated shorter TATs than direct arterial puncture specimens.
She reviews it for TATs that exceed the allowable maximum.
The results show that while actual TAT has been sharply reduced, there are many ways in which it could be better.
Respondents' experience with TAT and their suggestions on how it might be improved will be examined in Part 2 of this report, but first, let's look at how the survey was executed and view some of the results.